Wednesday, May 8, 2013

I'm what's the pointing lately. The answer to pretty much every question is what's the point?
Tell me, is there ever a time when you don't feel like a failure?
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4 comments:

Style Journey said...

I doubt myself all the time. Did I make the right decision with my kids, with work, etc. Then when something good happens that's the point!

Megan said...

I often feel like that and I have a meltdown. Then I sit back, reassess, and move on.

I recently changed everything about my life. I left my marriage, moved to a new city, got a new job... all with the aim of finding happiness. It's happening for me, slowly. It will happen for you.

FutureLint said...

I can't imagine the transition you're going through from traveling to new and exciting places all the time, to back to normal life and trying to figure everything out again. Stay strong! You'll get there eventually!

Cara said...

I had that thought today as I found myself in the washroom at work... er... purging my lunch... in the throws of a terrible stress (and work related) migraine. Not fun. But when I get caught in the "what's the point?" I try to think of one benefit to SOMETHING (anything) in my life for everything I can't find a point for. And after a couple days of that, I do 2 beneficial things in my life for each "what's the point" thought, and soon enough, I retrain my brain to see the positive and let the negative roll off of me.