Happy Saturday, friends! What are your plans for the weekend? I’m pushing myself to visit the gym a couple of times, and designing cute, new ideas to redecorate our home. Maybe I’ll manage to visit a new coffee shop, and snag a cup of coffee here or there. 😉 Have a great weekend! // Model: @audreyinwanderland @audirenee
Dude, today it's all about the emotions.
Like Josep Roux said: "Nothing vivifies, and nothing kills, like the emotions." And they sure do. I mean, we all know what happens when a woman is on her period right? It's kinda like the "hangry games" ;) But it's not always 'just' the period. As an example; I became a rollercoaster of emotions when my adrenal insufficiency started.
Especially in the beginning, that was kinda rough for me and my family. I was taking stuff way to personally and responded in a way I always felt sorry for after.
Basically, on the bad days, I feel sad and I just wanna cry. Sometimes I just burst into tears without even understanding why. And when I'm crying, I get confused about why I'm crying, what makes me cry even more. xD
Or I watch a movie or a soap and the tears just start rolling the second something beautiful or sad happens.
On the good days, I am so happy that I want to share my happiness and optimism with the world. A friend of mine once said that I am like the sun, full of love and warmth. Well, she hasn't seen me on my really bad days' xD But what she said was so beautiful that it made me cry. xD
Oh, and when a friend is suffering or going through a rough time, I share their emotions. So when they start crying, I start crying too. .
So I've become a lot more sensitive to other peoples emotions. (I was stone cold before all this xD) .
But is all of this a bad thing? I don't think so. I feel alive, more than ever. I find the tears frustrating sometimes, but at least I express my feelings more often. Plus, on the good days I 'spread and radiate' my happiness to the world. At least, that's what friends of me are saying.
Yiddish Proverb said: "The heart is half a prophet."
And Bishop Fulton J. Sheen said: "Each of us makes his own weather, determines the color of the skies in the emotional universe which he inhabits."
They are both right. I accept my bad days and let the emotions run wild. But I don't let it ruin my spirit and strength, my optimism and joy, the love I have for life itself.
Ilya Gort once said: "Sip the day like your favorite wine and live every day like it is your first." That's totally me <3