Tag Archives: stress

Eh, back to the “grind” of coping, managing, and “getting by”…

Originally posted on Fitness Imposter? Nope, not anymore!:
If only it could be easier, says….everyone? I wish so hard that it could be, would be easier….but it isn’t. I wish so hard that I could fly out of bed feeling energized and motivated every day, but I don’t. I wish that I only craved healthy… Continue reading

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run away with me

Originally posted on catharsis:
the cause of escapism is simple: a person who’s seeking solace during times of distress. recently, i find myself constantly evading those demeaning thoughts regarding results day — i’ve been going out, helping out with house chores, watching movies, basically filling my day with tasks so that i won’t have time… Continue reading

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Why Is It So Hard to Pee Into Those Urine Sample Cups?

Originally posted on FibroM.E.-Awesome:
Is it just me? If it is, then I should feel pretty vulnerable and embarrassed after this. I’m sorry mom. I really do try and make you proud. Is it just women? It’s hard to say but I don’t think so. I do think requires more skill on behalf… Continue reading

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The Impostor Syndrome

Originally posted on The Paper Oligarch:
Impostor syndrome – [also known as impostor phenomenon, fraud syndrome or the impostor experience] – is a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud”. “Despite external evidence of their competence, those experiencing this phenomenon remain… Continue reading

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Living Life as a Loveless Adult

Originally posted on Inner Thoughts and Confusions:
It’s that time of year. The one where everyone that is in a relationship is boasting about how great it is. How great their significant other is, how wonderful their relationship is together, and how perfect being in love is. It is also the time where those who… Continue reading

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Liking Men Who Don’t Like Me Back

Originally posted on Eve’s Love Diary (Series):
I’ve been dating a little. I’ve found, for me, there are two types of men. One type is ALL IN. He wants to lock it down before I’m ready. He’s 100% available and kind and loving and generous and slightly needy and amazing. But something is missing… Continue reading

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The Most Common Excuse

Originally posted on Defining Yellow:
“I don’t have time” – Everyone As much as we might hope or expect it to, life is not going to slow down so you can finally start your project, finish your book, take that trip or get some alone time. We all have the same amount of time in the… Continue reading

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You Have Time to Ground Yourself

Originally posted on Live/Work/PTSD:
I get overwhelmed somewhat easily. When I do, it’s hard to un-overwhelm myself. I know there are a lot of techniques to do it, but it’s still hard to calm the waves of anxiety. I practiced yoga every day for a month, and so far this month have done… Continue reading

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