Human: <noun> of or characteristic of people’s better qualities, such as kindness or sensitivity, especially in being susceptible to weaknesses.
How do you handle your feelings when you make a mistake? Do you cry? Shout? Scream? Sleep?
I feel anxiety. What’s another word for anxiety? It’s overused. Something needs to capture the catapulted emotions. Sorrow. Worry. Disappointment. Second guessing. Unsure. Why- How- Who- What?
I find myself becoming completely self-absorbed and caught up in my own stress levels.
Feeler of all emotions, the discomfort is almost palpable.
If you’re in ear shot of me, you’ll see it. You’ll hear it. I’ll tell you what’s wrong and give you every last detail before asking your opinion. I rehash each point, not stopping until some temporary solution is implemented.
These emotions take energy. How do you handle the chaotic flow?
Ideally, you feed it into a productive mindset, even if you’re all kinds of crazy on the inside.
Instead of emotionally reacting, turn it to the physical. Go run. If you hate running, go walking. If you’re not feeling cardio, go stretch. If you’re body hates movement, go to your happy place. Cooking, reading, drawing, writing.
Whatever it may be, let it be.
“If I knew where I was going, I wouldn’t do it. When I can predict or plan it, I don’t do it.”
Taking action right away allows your reactionary emotion to simmer to a slow boil and then you can deal accordingly.
The world spins
I feel chagrin.
Mistakes I’ve made,
sure to throw shade.
It’s called learning,
feel the burning.
Lust a singular perfection
but it is not in our section
My world has feels,
The self to blame,
What’s my name?
And all the while,
The world spins
-The Zen Kat
Sometimes an open mind allows for the brain to fall out.
When you make a mistake, take action. Breathe it, own it, forgive it, move it. (Click the actions for cool articles)
“The best advice I’ve received is to be yourself. The best artists do that.”
What do you do when you make a mistake?