So here’s another story you might wanna listen to. Take only what resonates and leave the rest for others to relate.
When I am stressed, I easily got hooked up with stressful thoughts; random thoughts related to being stressed.
Stressful feelings associated with lots of memories including people you hated, people you wished you haven’t met in the first place.
These stresses makes me resist, and as always my first aid is to resist and trying to get rid of it; it even developed into almost like an addiction; well, it’s already an addiction.
I tried and forced myself to sleep even I really can’t and I ended up wasting my time in bed doing nothing, curling trying to get rid of a thought.
As I kept trying on getting rid of it, it keeps coming back and it even became stronger day by day. So I knew something went wrong. Then I looked back to the good habits I had been doing and I realized it is completely the opposite of what I know.
You see, it was my default response to stress. Now that I made myself aware of the wrong things I did, I finally got the chance to do the right thing.
Instead of resisting, and having my head aching trying to figure out things, I choose not to bother anymore, I just relax; because it is when you’re more relaxed and distressed that you’ll figure out the right way.
The light will shine on you and you will see where to go next and where is the right way. Writing your goals and your plans really helps. Before those unnecessary thought pours in, at least you had your goals written. It would be easy for you to remember.
When your head is full of sleepiness and you can’t get out of bed because you think you needed more sleep in order to be better. Yes, true! Although, it has to be to relax yourself.
So, simply relax everybody and let those past thoughts and memories that are invisible be gone. Let it rest. Let it drift away. Let it pass. Just start writing your goals. Schedule it and start doing it, day by day.