The endurance of human beings never ceases to amaze me. I sometimes work in jobs where there’s a larger team of about thirty. People often feel comfortable enough to talk to me. So I hear some deep problems. I then watch those people go about their working lives, with this weight heavily on their shoulders. They carry on. I guess it’s a very British thing to do; ‘Keep calm and carry on’. I don’t know how they
It’s been one of those weeks where a crash is inevitable. I’ve been tired for weeks, juggling a different set of plates and working out what fits together in this lovely new year. As with all life circumstance changes, the plates eventually crash to the floor a little when the balance is… rebalancing. Things must flow out as things flow in. Making decisions quickly and reevaluating what needs attention can take too much time to put into
How many of us really embrace our anxieties? Loving them not only in ourselves, but also in each other? Can we love this? I truly believe that if we can love this part of us and others, that we can start to relax and so will our anxieties. For now this post is a question. Can we love this?
There is a term called ‘The INFJ Door Slam’. It occurs when someone has pissed you off so much that you slam the door on them and your life, never to recover. Suddenly that person won’t exist to you. I’ve done it myself a few times. The triggers being when I’ve been screwed over and lied to by someone repeatedly, and by the third time of doing it, I just realise that nothing will ever change. The