You won’t know how much your life sucks if you take a pill that prevents you from knowing it.
You ever feel like you’re not doing anything important with your life and all you want to do is make sure each breath you take is contributing to something bigger than yourself and you’re maybe making just like, a speck of difference in a world of specks that form together some kind of ridiculous thing called life?
Everything you do — even just walking the hallways at school — gives you the impression that everyone around you is looking at you, judging how you look and how you act.
For those of you struggling with holding onto life–it gets better. It really does.
All we can do is welcome those periods when they arrive, live gratefully inside them for as long as they’ll stay, and hold the door for them when they go again.
You might even make a list of why you’re being ridiculous — your fears will never come to fruition — or if they do, what good is worrying about it?
3. Stop constantly monitoring your progress.
Hunger cares not where you are, or what you have eaten, especially if it was a four-course meal. You know that as soon as you “finish eating,” you’ll be more than ready for whatever comes next. Someone’s leftovers? You’ll take it! Dessert? Do you even have to ask?
“…But, what if…”
11. You give up on something because it requires you to make a phone call.