Put Down The Broom


Hey everyone,

Calmness is here everyone! It has taken nearly a week to get over my anxiety from last weekend. I do fear though, that it has been my new routine of going to my great job and having some structure Monday to Friday to then having to structure on the weekend, which sends my mind into chaos. Does anyone else have the same problem? I am between a rock and a hard place though, if I make plans for the weekend I am running the risk of causing anxiety, if I don’t make plans I run the risk of feeling low. This how finding balance thing is so hard, but it is a process and it is going to take time for me to do that.
Wow, I just went straight into moaning, so as I should have started before I hope everyone is having a good week, and from the blogs and communication on twitter and Instagram seems like a lot of people are 🙂 if you are not, well I hope things get easier.
Today I wanted to talk about the day I beat bullying at school, but as soon as I started writing out the plan for the blog my mood dropped and flashbacks started, so that story will have to wait. Instead, today will be…………..

My tip for today…… NO SWEEPING!!

What I mean by that is, we are all guilty of sweeping things under the rug whether that is problems you’re having, issues with other people, emotions etc. Anything can be swept up under that rug. When we get into that habit though, that small pile turns into a mountain that we just can’t avoid. Instead of just dealing with one problem, you end up with dealing with about 50. I am just as guilty as doing this, sometimes I don’t want to rock the boat, and this then causes me to have meltdowns because I can’t climb that mountain. So rip off that bandage, if someone is talking to you in a way you don’t like, tell him or her. If you are struggling with something address it because in the long run no matter how painful it is when you do it you will be better off. So put down the broom from time to time it will be worth it.

Take care all,

Vixxy Rose



4 thoughts on “Put Down The Broom

  1. I understand how you feel. On my days off I just wanna relax and do nothing then I get great anxiety feeling like I’m wasting my time and should be out and about doing something “fun”! You’re not alone!

    Love the title of this post!

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  2. I’m just as guilty of this. Social anxiety sucks and it makes you make decisions that are generally not good for you in the long run. I’m working on this, but there are so many thoughts in my head that I hate to think about. I call them the “dangerous thoughts”. Those are the ones that make me wanna cut or kill myself. So I just sweep them under the rug, but they always keep coming back eventually anyways. I should just deal with them, but it’s just too difficult. Maybe someday I’ll be strong enough to be able to deal with my problems the healthy way, but that day is probably nowhere near. I always put all my problems for later. Nevertheless I’m very happy you’re working on this yourself 😊 this is just one more goal to achieve and I’m convinced we’re both capable of achieving it!

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