This is an exaggeration of course, but I am sure a lot of people can relate to what I am saying. How we choose to react to these events will determine what we feel. Everyone is different when it comes to deciding how to deal with adverse situations. Some can be cheery and positive seeing the bright side. Others wear their emotions on their sleeves and perhaps cry it out.
Holding feelings inside and stewing in one's thoughts is another way people can choose to cope with what comes their way. In my case this is how I tend to deal with problems. What eventually happens is that it manifests its way out of me as anger. Right now I am full of anger over my mom having been diagnosed with breast cancer. She has not had an easy life the past few years having to look after my father and the farm on which they live. To now have this thrown at her has made me angry!
One way that I have learned to deal with my feelings so the anger does not take control is through writing. Hence one of the reasons why I started this blog. If today's blog seems to be randomly thrown together I apologize. I am simply attempting to vent some of the overwhelming feelings that I have in regards to the situation my family and many others have and will have to endure.
Thought of the day: If you only have one eye are you blinking or winking?
Quote of the day: Faith is permitting ourselves to be seized by the things we do not see. Martin Luther