Friday, 2 July 2010

Worrying

I'm a worrier. Always have been, probably always will be. Mostly it's silly little things that I occupy myself with but sometimes something bigger just sits over me and hovers there occasionaly tickling me with the little worries.

There's a big thing there right now, with each day passing it's either getting better or being replaced with another little thing all related to it.

One of the frustrations is not being able to talk about it here, for another few weeks at least. Blogland is so full of warmth, support and fabulousness that it would be nice to share. Until then I shall share with J who is my rock and without whom I don't know how I would have got through many of the big and little things in my life.

Sorry for being cryptic but even writing this helps me feel better so thank-you!

9 comments:

Rebecca said...

hugs, i hope your worry sorts itself soon, and I agree, even though being cryptic is sometimes a pain, it is freeing to even explain that there is a problem, without explaining what the problem is.

LK said...

i also find writing it down helps. somehow when it's inside and undefined it seems much bigger and murkier than maybe it is. once you state on paper 'I am worried about x' it seems much more simple and easier to manage. and possibly somethng you can do about it will suggest itself.

Gaynor said...

huggggs! Hope you are doing ok; glag it helped to write something down too.

Marie said...

@Rebecca, LK & Gaynor - Thank-you so much for your kind words. They really do help. You are all right that admitting something is wrong is often one of the first ways to helping to make it better. Xx

agirl said...

All my good juju your way, hon. And you don't ever need to explain if you don't want to. (Says the queen of the cryptic post...) xoxo

Spare Thoughts said...

Hugs, I'm glad you've got support at home. Hope that having written it down helps some.

babypicturethis said...

I'm a worrier too. But ultimately, everything works out ok in the end (I'm clinging to that at the moment)

Lots of big hugs. We'll be here when you're ready :)

x

anna and the ring said...

Epic fretter here! I just assume things are not going to go my way.

Writing has become seriously cathartic especially when I know no-one will read it!

P.S. I haven't been ignoring you but my reader decided to delete you. All is good now! Phew.

Marie said...

@Anna - Thank-you for your comment! So sweet of you. I'm trying to rewire myself to start thinking things will go my way, but with realism at the back of my head too...