Running Against Dysphoria

kadar

I'm just a wunk, trying to enjoy life. I am a co-founder of http//noveltyfactor.com/ and I like computers, code, creativity, and friends.

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  1. 252s says:

    Hi, wunk!

    I’m gonna go on a limb and talk for the both of us. I think we’re remembering too much of our past (including all the things we haven’t finished and the things we have yet to begin) and we fear that the future will be the same endless stream of unaccomplished feats and unsuccessfulness career-wise, but it’s all about leaving room for mistakes, taking baby steps, taking small accomplishments to heart and being happy with what you’ve realized so far.

    • kadar says:

      “I think we’re remembering too much of our past (including all the things we haven’t finished and the things we have yet to begin) and we fear that the future will be the same endless stream of unaccomplished feats and unsuccessfulness career-wise,”

      Yes! Definitely how I’ve been feeling the last two weeks. It’s like when I think of all the things I never started, or finished, or thought about and then did nothing about because of this or that, even just losing interest… it breaks my heart. And then, I have a broken heart to work with, and just… it’s a terrible cycle!

      It’s hard at this age to just say with total abandon, “I’m going to work on this!” as if it’s the first time you’ve tried, but that’s kinda what you gotta do. When it seems like it’s the 35th time you’ve tried, it starts to weigh on you.

      But you’re right, I gotta take baby steps… I gotta break things down. Thanks for commenting!

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