Today, I want to talk well-nigh assumptions. Assumptions are part of our daily life, and they can happen at any time. We make assumptions off the biggest and smallest of clues, and they can largely depend on our mood at the time. While they can be harmless, they can moreover lead us lanugo a path that is challenging and troublemaking if we’re not careful. A very frustrating things well-nigh assumptions is how unintentional they can be. Without meaning or trying to, you can seem the worst, and that can transpiration the trajectory of your day. But in the past few weeks, I’ve learned a few lessons well-nigh assumptions, and I’d like to share one today.
For the past few weeks (actually, months), I’ve been going through a move. This is not a unique process by any ways but as many people know, it’s quite stressful. The organizing, packing and unpacking is one thing. But dealing with the emotions of leaving an old place or going to a new one can bring a lot to the forefront, which can make it difficult to get things done.
There’s an theorizing I’ve often made well-nigh big moments in life, expressly when it comes to change. My feeling has unchangingly been that I need to wait until I’m “done” with the moment to finger the emotions from that time. In the past, it’s helped me prioritize what needs to get washed-up stay present. But it’s moreover come at a cost; when I finally let myself finger my emotions, it’s a floodgate of all types of feelings coming from every angle. Oftentimes, it was the parts without a transition that were most challenging to me.
So stuff in the middle of a period of transition, I felt like I was at this familiar crossroad once again. But this time, things felt different. With helpful encouragement and reminders from the people who love me, I did my weightier to write the feelings as they came up. If I needed a moment to finger sad while I was packing, I took it. If a few tears escaped when I was trying to get something done, I paid sustentation to my soul and took some time. Rather than gravity everything down, I tried to write my feelings in moderation. I couldn’t unchangingly fully embrace these feelings, but it helped a lot increasingly than sepulture it deep down.
I know translating to feel your feelings isn’t very original but right now, it feels revolutionary to me. Compartmentalization is important but sometimes, ignoring our feelings does increasingly harm than good. In situations like this, figuring out your own timing and order of things is important. At the end of the day, how a person handles these transitions is up to them. I’ve learned that when I rencontre my assumptions, there is room for growth, and I am largest set up for the next transpiration coming my way.
Now, I want to hear from you! Have you discovered anything new well-nigh yourself from periods of transpiration or transition? Let me know in the comments!
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