Meaning Behind Our Actions

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I just had an amazing weekend (and Monday) of catching up, cleaning, organizing, finishing projects that should have been done a long time ago.

As I came to the end of my “To Do” list, I became very emotional. Last night I couldn’t stop crying… I started to realize that some of that chaos in my life, that needed to be cleaned up, was actually me stalling in some way… There were some emotions I didn’t want to feel and keeping chaos in my life blocked those feelings… the chaos gave me something else to think about, worry about.

Now with the clutter in my life cleaned up, my emotions are running wild…

I know this is good for me. I’m one of those people who really does like to feel my feelings, good or bad, I try to work through the feelings as they come and move on with my life quickly.

But this is a new experience for me; I actually created distractions to keep me from feeling. So, I’m not sure what I’m up against, but I’m kind of excited. I’m ready for a good cry and to sort out some of the BS in my life!!! 🙂

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18 thoughts on “Meaning Behind Our Actions

  1. The human psyche is so complex! You obviously created a ton of things to do to block having to think about other things, but the fact you got through your list means something inside told you it was time to deal with the other things. Good for you for powering through!

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