I am incredibly messy. I do spontaneous things and don't consider the consequences. I have a hard time waiting for my turn in conversations. But I am also a person with ideas (both good and bad), sponataneous, have a wild side, am for the most in a cheerful and happy mood. And all this @drbjork accepts. And it makes me so happy to have someone like him. That loves me for who I am ♥️
Watching #Vikings at work with client. In the past 30 minutes I've seen one rape and one lgtbq sexscene. I like some aspects of the show; but it mostly consists of sex and war and that gets kind of tedious..
Greeted by kitty at work. #catsofmastodon
So now I have lots to take responsibility for, phone calls to make, a lot of unnecessary expenses, and a security I thought I had just disappeared. It feels a bit like diving into a hole without end. I don't really have the emotional resources to cope with two setbacks in a short time. Feel drained. How do you cope? Where do your emotional resources come from?
#selfie of the day
#selfie with glittery facemask 🤳
Just saw an episode of #13reasonswhy and a girl in the series has an abortion. I had one myself a few years ago. After the abortion she lies in bed and looks sad. I can remember all the confused feelings and sadness I had. But today I'm happy I did the abortion. My life would have looked completely different if I didn't. So everytime I'm reminded, I feel melancholy but I don't regret having it.
Slow Friday. #cats
Listening to a podcast on functional communication. This is how they suggest one should do with concrete feedback.
1. Sorted feedback
Concretely recount what happened.
2. Tell the other person how I felt.
"When this happened these feeling awoke in me - then I felt like this".
3. What is it that I need from you (suggestions for change - but the receiver must not change, it is not an order / invitation - they can choose).
3. Proposal for Change
Two hours later and I bought a pair of Nikes and a springjacket for 800 SEK (80 euros). I'm kinda pleased with that :-)