Then there are those times when I have something stressful going on in my life, and I have trouble controlling those "what if" thoughts and scenarios that run through my head. Sometimes my worries overcome me and I dwell on the negative things that COULD occur. I think and think and THINK about how to solve problems that haven't even come into existence. It's quite silly, actually. Then, after I'm mentally drained from all the pointless problem solving, I lose the ability to reason rationally. That's when I crash. My bad mood affects everyone around me, and it's not until I remind myself of my tendency to think myself into a crazy state that I can pull myself up and get back to normal thinking- whatever that is.
Don't get me wrong-- thinking is good to a point. Obviously, it's quite necessary! But it'd be nice to sit in silence and actually hear SILENCE for a change! Maybe I should ask my husband how he does it. He's the master of thoughtlessness. (That's not meant to be an insult, haha! You know what I mean.) If I could put words of advice in his mouth, these would be them:
Message received, dear husband. Message received.
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