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?
You just had the longest day you’ve ever had.
Your depression and anxiety seem to be teetering between bad and worse.
You woke up hoping that you would somehow turn on a happy switch and it’d be all better.
But today is even more lonely and exhausting than the last.
So on your way home you stop and buy ice cream. You get home and shower immediately because you just want the day to be over.
You rush to your bed, grab the ice cream and your phone and you start.
You start with one video on YouTube and now you’re more than an hour in. You switch apps to Instagram and start scrolling. But then there’s Snapchat. And you open Netflix, SoundCloud, Hulu, Kindle. Anything to get your mind off the things and out of your feels.
You sit alone in your room for hours staring at the screen or sitting silently in the dark.
But you dont feel better. You aren’t taken care of.
You just feel numb.
Numb to yourself.
Numb to the world.
Numb to it all.