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  1. Considerer
    Considerer February 25, 2015 at 12:44 am | | Reply

    Dear Jana

    Have some very wise wisdom from someone with no real clue and too young to know anyway…

    …could it be that BECAUSE you’re not in such survival mode, your brain/subconscious is perceiving you as ‘safe enough’ to begin letting out a few of the many, many emotions you’ve been going through as your life has changed so drastically?

    I know that’s happened to me a bunch of times – keep going until the outside world is a bit safer, THEN fall apart.

    Much love to you, my friend, and I hope the weirdness stops.

    (P.S. One of my very long-held childhood dreams was for a clinker-built little boat, with a motor and a little cabin, that I could bop around the sea on, and see things and be on the water.)

  2. Rena McDaniel
    Rena McDaniel February 25, 2015 at 8:15 am | | Reply

    I do this shit all of the time. I have no explanation to offer though. My husband thinks I’ve lost my mind, he could be right.

  3. Sandy Ramsey
    Sandy Ramsey February 26, 2015 at 4:15 am | | Reply

    I had my comment all worked out…other than, ‘Isn’t there some crazy crap going on in the world?’ but then I read what Lizzi wrote. It’s like she lives in a small part of my brain.
    I think she may be on to something. I know when I go through stressful experiences I may waver a little emotionally but I do what I have to do to get through it. I go into self preservation mode. It’s AFTER the fact that I fall to pieces.
    I really think that is something to consider.
    Having said that…you can get in touch with me if you need anything. I mean that.

If you don't comment, then I'm just talking to myself -- and I do too much of that already.

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