What’s something your brain tries to make you do, which you have to will yourself NOT to do? (could be a bad habit, a physical response to something…your interpretation is as good as mine! )
Unfortunately, I can still take things a little personally. Without even meaning too, I am getting better at not taking things too personally, but sometimes. So sometimes, if my partner seems annoyed with me, I have to walk away from him and think about it more sensibly. “Is it really that big deal”, “Should I just tell my partner why I’m upset”.
When someone finds out what you do, or where you are from, what question do they always ask you?
Do I teach? Especially when they find out that I work in a school. If someone overseas finds out that I’m from Australia. I am not kidding, they will always ask if there are Kangaroos or Koala’s in the back yard -.- lol
What’s something terrifying that we’ve all come to accept as a fact of life?
Death, well, you kind of have to accept it. We haven’t got immortality…yet.
Should governments make laws to protect people from harming themselves? Could that even work? (yes this one is deep, maybe too deep).
I’m not really sure how you could govern it, that’s the only thing. It’s not something that people really share with others, and they are good at hiding it as well. Sometimes you have to be an expert at knowing how others act when they are harming themselves. I’m not actually sure it would work. I think we just have to stop the stigma around mental health. When people blame mass shooters on mental health, but then they’ll slash funds to mental health places. The solution seems simple, don’t blame mental health. Give education on it.
Gratitude is an Attitude…
Please share your gratitude for this past week in the form of a photo, a quote or a thought.
Tiny poll: I’m curious what type of questions YOU, the reader, would like to see more of? Less of? Has SYW gotten too philosophical and less fun in nature?