The things you tell yourself

The things you tell yourself

Do not believe the things you tell yourself, when you’re sad and alone.

19 thoughts on “The things you tell yourself”

  1. Perhaps sad moments are a good opportunity to realize some things we don't want to when we are happy just not to spoil the moment ….and once settled be objective about them when we are in a better mood.

    1. Sad and lonely…helpless…yes, the special place to feel compassion for ourselves and touch the bottom..but when you touch the bottom you have the chance to impulse the snatch with more power…like a trampoline. …we can wash ourselves of all the sorrows there…

  2. Peculiar why there always seems to be someone who knows very little willing to let everyone know. If you are sad when you are alone, you could be suffering from someone else's harm done to you. People who suffer from P.T.S.D., depression, Child abuse, sexual abuse, sexual assault, paranoia, seasonal affected disorder, rejection and a multitude of other reasons for feeling sad when alone have wounds self inflicted? Right! And many would gladly like to dispel the myth and madness for a different point of view which really pertains to their conditions and not rendition of a lack of empathy, compassion and common sense regarding other people, I am sure.

  3. I try not to believe them, yes sometimes they keep repeating like some well worked torture. I try to emit them by writing in my journal. Constantly, some of us do battle with the enemy inside of our minds. The triumph for the day is we awake to do it all again the next day.

  4. … I can certainly move somewhere else… I do listen and go through it – it needs to come out… it does mean something… however, it may not be the truth of who I am or where I want to be… emotions are important – hard at the time to remember I am being terribly mean to myself… and these are tears of pain.

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