I’ve been putting off writing this article.
I decided to sit and have think about why that is.
As I write, I realise that I lost my confidence a little. Life and it’s surprises took control of me over the last few months and whilst I was in it’s grip, I thought I was in control and getting on with things.
It seems, I probably wasn’t.
It was only as I returned to my work, which I love; that I realised how detached I had been. It was easy to get back into my “day job” of counselling young adults, and their energy for life soon boosted my own.
Ok, now for writing…
The dreaded flashing cursor captures my gaze. “Go on!” it says.
I find something mundane to do and avoid it’s shame.
But today, I decided to start tapping – and it feels good.
Back to my original question. Why was it so difficult? I’m still not sure, because I feel better with every tap!
My message to you all is, tap tap tap away! By looking the thing we dread straight in the eye, we take it’s power and absorb it as our own.
Don’t be afraid to look into your own flashing cursor, things are never as bad as we imagine.
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