Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Sit Tight

  • What do you do when everything seems to go wrong? when everything seems confusing? and your thoughts are all over the place? what do you do?
  • Look, asshole, just sit tight and do whatever small tasks you've got to do, because when you think things are going wrong, it is just you "thinking" and 99% of the time nothing is really happening, at least not until you start panicing!
Disclaimer: This post is supposed to be humorous :) Excuse the language! The underlying idea, however, has helped me recently to cope with periods of anxiety and depression.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7R-bR0cW8c



    6 comments:

    1. I have started panicking! :( not because everything is going wrong but because nothing is going right and I can't concentrate and do any work. I think i should go to yoga.

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    2. Why do you have to be so harsh on whoever asked the first question? It was just a simple question...:(

      The "a" word aside, it's a very important reminder which we all should get every now and then.

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    3. Daisy Aziz,
      Do not panic, just remember that every time in the past you were confused and nervous, ultimately you got through it.
      Yoga is good!
      Also, in my experience, a good thing to do is to focus on "doing" everyday tasks with full attention.

      World goes on and so does every one of us ...

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    4. Nava jaan,

      It was an internal conversation with a bit of humor added to it. I just watched a very nice Pepsi commercial and I adopted the "tough" tone semi-consciously, LOL

      But you are right, it contains a good point, at least it has helped my recently ...

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    5. you are funny Lotus! :)
      you scared people though :)
      That's so great you are adopting ways to improve yourself....
      eradatmand, moorch!

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