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Write it down

I have been a very emotional person all my life. If something goes a little better, then I shine like a star, and if something goes a little worse, then life is over. I'm constantly on the rollercoaster with my emotions, and then just imagine what happens inside me when things go really very bad. Even I get goosebumps just thinking about it.

I have written a lot of posts for you in the drawer since the time I last posted, but they have not seen the daylight. Why?

When I started this blog, my idea was to share things with people that really help. What would encourage them to strive towards greatness, and that it wouldn't be yet another 'feel sorry for me because I have such a complicated life' diary. I'm not saying that the harder sides of life shouldn't and couldn’t be reflected, but sharing them has its own tricks to, so that a person who is already on the verge of a hole doesn't gain strength by climbing deeper into the darkness, but the opposite. I put my hand on my heart and say that there are still moments when I cry mercilessly and feel sorry for myself. But who among us doesn’t do it? Just some a little more and deeper, others less and more superficial.

Also, all my life I have been the person who collects all the shit in a beaker until it overflows and then I pour it out again with merciless crying, only to start collecting again! 😂

Recently, however, I told my mother that I haven't cried like that in a long time. Thinking that this cup has either become bigger or this crap doesn't accumulate as much and often anymore (I highly doubt the second one). But now, seeing one video, I realized that it's not the cup that has changed, but me. I have started doing something that in the meantime pours water away from it so that it wouldn’t overflow so often. And since I'm not a person who expresses my deeper feelings freely, this is the perfect solution!

As I said at the beginning and you can also read from the title of the post. I have written several posts for you, which will probably never see the light of day. I vomit my feelings and emotions so brutally on paper (read: type in my phone) that even I, reading them a week later, tremble with fear and disgust of how emotional and brutal person I am.

I know, I know, it's an old trick, but one person's old is another's new. So, if you are a bit similar and don't want to burden others with your negativity, or maybe you don't have a person to annoy, try this trick!

100% working! Honestly, it makes you IMMEDIATELY feel easier and better.

And a food for thought also for the day ahead of you:

Having needs doesn't mean you're "needy."

Having a reaction doesn't mean you're "overreacting."

Having emotions doesn't mean you're "too emotional."

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