How is everyone doing? I hope you all are feeling ok and if you are not remember it is ok not to be ok. Well, the train has left the station, low cycle here I come. Ah well, it was good while it lasted I just hope the dark clouds will disappear by Christmas. I am starting to notice the higher my irritation is a warning sign of a cycle is on its way, so at least I have learned something and can grow from this, every cloud.
So blogmas day 13 is here, this is really flying by so guess the saying is true time flies when you are having fun. I really glad I decided to do this; I really love being so open with you all and being able to explore my creative side with my writing. So without further adieu ladies and gents, let’s get on with the show…
Blogmas Day 13 – Sometimes it is all a load of tinsel!
I think I have lost count of how many times I have said how Christmas can be stressful, but one more time for good luck, Christmas can be stressful! We can be so blinded by the fog of depression or anxiety or whatever mental illness you have and not see that the problem we are stressing over is a load of tinsel. I have found with my mental health issues that I make a small problem into big ones and big ones into small ones. It is human nature to sweep the tinsel under the rug.
So a tip for Christmas is to make sure you are not letting the stress of Christmas cloud your judgment, as remember tinsel happens. Tinsel can be something annoying or tinsel can be a situation you want to avoid and it can even be one of those moments you feel you have made a Christmas tree out of yourself.
So my advice for spotting the tinsel that you could firstly write it down, sometimes by writing it down, you can access a situation a lot clearer. Secondly, speak to someone you trust, another person point of view can really be helpful. Thirdly, remember tinsel happens every now and then and it doesn’t divine who you are.
Until tomorrow people!
Take care all