Just sometimes, alone and lonely feel the same.
Everything feels like you’ve been away. Thinking of what went wrong, what was it that you did and how to make things better drive you crazy because you’re thinking all the time.
You don’t know how to make yourself feel better, even the chocolates don’t seem to be helping. Rational and practical thinking don’t stand a chance in front of your mixed emotions.
Instead of looking on the outside for fixing what appears to you as broken, peep a little into your mind and ask yourself what it is that you don’t like about yourself. Change that. One by one.
Make a to-do list of things you don’t like/have to work on.
Everyone makes to-do lists. Even if you’re not writing it down, you’re making one in your mind.
We try to mend what’s broken with other people, but seldom look inside what needs to be fixed within.
You are going to be spending a lot of time with yourself. Don’t be scared of that.
If that scares you, I don’t think you like yourself very much. Then why not spend time making yourself someone you like to be with? Start with acceptance. Accept your good, bad and ugly. When you sit down to analyzing who you are, you might be shocked with the discovery. Breathe.
Don’t take too long to accept everything about yourself. It’s okay. No matter what you find in the closet, it’s okay. Do not judge yourself.
If there’s one thing I’ve learnt in a while, it’s to listen to your inner voice. It never guides you wrong.
Whether you’re slipping into a lazy zone after doing nothing except procrastinating for a couple of months or about to walk with a big packet of tomato balls, your inner voice will be there to tell you
a) not to lie down on the couch and try out the unexplored camera outdoors instead.
b) that use a bowl, you idiot. It helps to cut down on the quantity.
But you’ve got to listen to it. Ignoring the inner voice for way too long will make is less audible.
It’s your sense of differentiating right from wrong. Don’t lose it.
A part of you is talking to you. Please listen to it