Friday, November 12, 2010

Questions I Have

I always have questions. They are usually questions that deal with my own state of mind. I am not vocal with my feelings. I like to squish them down and try and forget about them. I know. That is not healthy. It is how I deal with things. That was actually the reason why I started this little blog. It was an avenue for me to just ramble on about whatever popped into my head. It has helped. I'm not sure if anyone else has noticed, but I have.
So what do you all do when you start to feel anxious? I have this little feeling in the back of my mind that something is going to happen. I'm not sure if it will be positive or negative. That does not help with the anxiety. Then again, maybe nothing will happen at all. Maybe I am thinking way too much internally and should just relax and let whatever may come happen and not worry. Yea. I don't see that happening either. I've always been a worrier. I come by it honestly. My mom worries about everything as well.
This week end I am going to make it a point to just relax and try to forget about all those pesky little things. I have a bunch of televisions show to catch up and several knit projects to complete as well as some drawings and paintings to work on. That's my plan anyway.
If anyone has some strategies on how they deal with stress, I would love to hear them.
Talk with you all later. :)


mak said...

Its quite normal questioning oneself form time to time and i do that often.
I get over anxious at times especially when im expecting something to happen and it takes its own sweet time.. anyway i dont really try to deal with anxiety trouble. I just let it be you know? and i try not to think too much about it but this is just passive, running in the back of my mind.

I listen to calm music and that really helps.
at times i write down a few pages in my diary. there i can share my intimate feelings as well as dark ones and i know no one would read it or maybe i dont want anyone to read it.

hope this helps.

Jocelynn said...

Thank you Mak. That does help. It gives you that feeling you are not alone :)