I’ve spent most of today being in the ‘wrong frame of mind’ – at least according to Mr Hilarious’ analysis. I’m not sure what I’m in the ‘wrong frame of mind’ for unless it’s life on planet earth……
To be honest I feel a lot like swearing but not in my usual casual way, in fact, I feel like saying all the REALLY bad words I know just because I can. Then again, that wouldn’t make for a very good post, would it?
I think I’m mostly just tired. I’m tired of my job, and of my friends, and of my family, but most of all I think I’m tired of being awake. I’ve actually been awake for quite a long time despite my very best efforts to the contrary.
Tonight I keep thinking that I wish people would just let me be, trust me to know myself, and have some faith in the fact that WeeGee might be a lot of things but being a TOTAL IDIOT really isn’t one of them.
I know that people are trying to care and I know I’m lucky that they do but one of these days I’m going to have to step back out into the real world without a safety net. It’s tough I guess for the people who dragged me out of the dark but now I’m out of it I need to be in charge again because when it comes down to it I’m a strong little thing and when I’m well it’s my way or the highway.
Above all else I’d like everybody to just leave me alone for a while and stop with all this wisdom that doesn’t always sound very wise to me. What I really need is for someone to tell me that all is, and will be well. Because WeeGee is a strong and independent woman who can work all this stuff out by herself. And because things don’t always have to end badly – because sometimes they don’t have to end at all.
And if any of this made any sense to you….. Welcome to planet mental
Love you lots
7 thoughts on “Wrong frame of mind”
excuse me but i think you’re on my planet!
Then I’m in excellent company xx
as am i! 😉
everything will be ok because your a great person who has a strong moose behind you (because you helped make moose strong again!)
Awww. Bless you sweetheart 😀 We’ll both get there xoxoxoxo
One of the skills they teach in DBT is called radical acceptance and it involves getting your mind to a place where you can say “everything is perfect just as it is” and believing it. It’s hard, but hot damn does it help. It’s kind of like the serenity prayer on steroids. Give it a go if it sounds good, might help. And oh, say a few bad words if you like – we don’t really mind. 🙂 *HUGZ*
Thank you. I need to get some swearing out of my system. And then realise that life is good. LIFE IS GOOD. What’s the problem?