Respawning

There is much strength in overcoming rumination,
And self-imposed negative mental states;

It’s difficult to see it from without,
Just telling yourself is never enough,

You’ve got to get your brain into a different mode, somehow,
With a change of activity, glimpsing another world,

But once you snap out of it and comeback to this world,
You’re all the stronger for it πŸ™‚.

πŸŒͺ

15 thoughts on “Respawning

    1. Thanks :). I’m just allowing myself to read as much as I like on here, at the moment. That’s always such a good thing to be able to do. The act of reading AND connecting. And the fact that I’m saying that, that I’m able to read as a way to re-center myself, wow, that shows how far I’ve come with those reading OCD problems!

      I could barely read because of OCD 6 months ago, not even my own poems, but it’s getting better gradually :).

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      1. Thanks! :). The reading lasted until I got restless and wanted to write something creative, lol (about 10 mins πŸ˜†).

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      2. Well more than 10 mins, but it was 10 mins after writing that anyway.

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  1. I like the word you used to sum up this entire process and mental state.

    I used to be in a similar situation and but I had managed to get out of it. Some times I do find myself going back but never let it affect me for long.

    Best wishes from The Strong Traveller and have a great day

    Do check out my blog. There is some travel and lifestyle content which you may find interesting. We try to come up with new and interesting things every day. Do follow if you like it πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks a lot for the comment and encouragement! That’s hopeful to know that you got out of a similar mental pattern. πŸ‘

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  2. I love this post. I, too, learned that ruminating over past hurts, etc., is self-destructive … a horrible habit to break but it can be done. πŸ™Œ

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      1. Lol what the hell was I on about…! I shouldn’t write jokes when so tired, πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ.

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