It’s time to get our of your own way.
How many times are you going to imagine problems that don’t exist?
How many times can you think and re-think about the worst case scenario?
How many times can you push away the person that loves you?
Pessimism isn’t cute.
Negativity isn’t fun.
For the first time ever, you’re happy. Like really, truly happy.
After a full decade of chronic depression and anxiety, you wake up in the morning and smile.
But every day you try to chip away at it bit by bit.
You undermine your own happiness and success.
You create problems and obstacles for the sake of brining yourself down.
Why are you afraid to be happy?
Why can’t you get out of your own way?
Just when you least expect it, he surprises you.
He knows his worth and refuses to settle.
He cares like no one ever has.
Considerate and kind.
Gives you piece of mind.
Damaged but not broken.
Hurt but still open.
Makes promises he can keep.
Always listens when you speak.
Distance can’t keep him away.
His love is here to stay.
Or is he full of shit?
It feels like the world is collapsing on you.
You’re up at a time that you shouldn’t be.
Thinking about shit that you shouldn’t be.
Sad about the same stuff you’ve been sad about for the past year.
Feeling low and depressed and down and out.
Replaying scenes in your head every second.
Missing all of it when you shouldn’t be.
So you turn on some music to drown it all out.
Drown out your feelings long enough to get out of them. If only for the length of your playlist.
Inspired by SSS