“My mind is a bad neighborhood that I try not to go into alone.” (Anne Lamott, Novelist) — annieasksyou…

These are times that are creating great and widespread anxiety, to be sure. Many people report experiencing nightmares. Few of us can remain fully unscathed as we’re forced to change our routines and cut ourselves off from the people and places that have offered comfortable reassurance. And being alone with our thoughts does not, as Anne Lamott cleverly suggests, always provide us with the best company. We can be hard on ourselves by ruminating on our plights and getting stuck in a cycle of worries.

via “My mind is a bad neighborhood that I try not to go into alone.” (Anne Lamott, Novelist) — annieasksyou…

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