Lying it aside

Once I had dispelled the myths in my brain about all of the things I was nervous, harassed, worried, concerned over and dreading, I was able to talk to my friend about what sparked it all off. As it turns out, there were/are concerns on both sides of that fence. Many of them that my friend had were just as unfounded as my own. We were both putting way too much into things that wouldn't be happening overnight and as agreed- when the day comes... then we will see what is to come of it.

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  1. Yes, I found it's best not to fret over things that haven't happened yet because it causes unnecessary stress.

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    1. Unnecessary stress is just what we all need, no?

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  2. good that you were able to step back and then talk it out

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    1. It was a relief and almost funny when we did. because what we were both so concerned about was really minor in the grand scheme of things.

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  3. great you talked! it is so much easier to just let the brain run wild with thoughts then talking things out with the person...well for me because i am scared of doing that...

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    1. Some people are very up front and almost confrontational. Others love their mind with things like that. Tough road either way.

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  4. I am the king of overanalyzing things, so it's good to not worry about things that haven't happened yet. Just let them happen.

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    1. Waiting for them to happen can be the challenge though...

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