Oct 5, 2021
There are thinking people on the planet and that gives me some
hope. I recently learned about turning a pot pie upside down on a
plate or bowl.
This is some genius level thinking that I aspire, to but will
never have it the way I want it.
Because the gravy part will seep down to the back of the lid
or the top of the pot pie. Then, depending on how fast or slow you
eat it, you got gravy and a crunchy lid.
It is also a willingness to see something
F--k the absolutes. Ok we need a few of them but man, we need
some mental lubrication that is non-toxic to the body.
In this episode, a short bit of verbiage about how tips may or
may not help you and some fellow travelers on the road who really
do know how you feel.
The short version is finding your form of acceptance. Adapting
a tool or technique that could work for you and factor in some
grace for handling what you are facing on the day to day.
It is a lot.
Author and blogger Jenny Lawson knows a thing or two about having
public attacks. She wrote a post about it called The world is changing and that is
a good thing, I think
From Anxiety Canada there is Kathleen’s story
about having a
mile high panic attack in a plane.
If you need support contact the
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor
Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.
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