Boy oh boy, there are days I just feel like pulling all my hair out. Those insanely annoying days where you anyone who crosses your path shall be subjected to laser lightening if they dare to glimpse at you and dare to make eye contact. One of those days, where your response to a polite hello would be an angry “Go away”. One of those days, where everything seems to be going against you: your alarm clock doesn’t buzz, you manage to wake up early, yet be able to skip your morning workout, your routine coffee burns your tongue, your car not starting when you are already running late to work. One of those days when you can’t afford to ‘lose it’ but life is just constantly testing you, you sit in your car and weep alone kind of days. Yes, one of those extremely frustrating days.
I hate ranting on my page,where my primary focus of writing is to inspire others, but it is also important to remember, that we can’t always be and for that matter can’t always be expected to stay positive and calm. We are only human. We burn out. We need to vent it out. We can’t collect angst and anger and ameliorate it and ameliorate us every single time. We need to let it out. Otherwise we are storing all this toxicity within us. And this toxicity is extremely unhealthy for our mind and soul, and eventually this adversely effects our physical health.
So when you think you can’t take it no more. Talk it out. Talk it out with a friend, or someone from your family. Talk it out with someone who is willingly patient enough to listen to you. To just listen and not admonish you or correct your behavior at that very instant. And if due to some reason you are unable to vent it out to this well-wisher of yours, sit alone in your car and cry your heart out. Bang the steering wheel. Go join a shooting class. I would also like to recommend yoga here, because apparently it calms us down. Engage in a/any physical activity. Exercising releases endorphins, the ‘happy hormones’ as I like to call it. Just don’t store the anger within yourself for long. Let it out. Just do something that pacifies you and your raging nerves instead of storing it within your system and poisoning yourself.
Have one of these days. And don’t feel guilty about it.
Till the next time, have a happy Monday.
Seasons greetings to all of you.