When I Don’t Know What To Do, I

Huh.

Stop breathing. Only for a second. I think real hard and squish my eyebrows together in concentration.

And then I start the mental process of elimination – regarding the issue at hand – and I keep going until I have nothing left but one choice. Sometimes, I even have to write it all down so I can see it clearly in front of me, because in my mind things can get muddled sometimes. Eventually, I find that I’m left with something that isn’t always the choice I might have originally picked from the beginning, but it usually turns out to be the right one. This feels like the healthy way to make considered choices and decisions.

Published by Jennifer

I've finally found my happy place in sobriety. Yay! Go Me!

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