Silly brain

I am a flake. It’s not even a mental illness thing. It’s a personality trait. I often forget to mention clients i plan to talk to or have talked to during my team meetings. Today a couple of Co workers kind of chuckled at me doing it… so if course my mind feels foolish. They weren’t malicious as i feel i have a good relationship with my Co workers but i keep replaying what a loser i am. I am doing my best to counteract those thoughts by rationalizing that a) its not a big deal and b) who cares its your personality embrace it. So far each side is taking turns in my brain. I’m hoping the positive side wins.

One thought on “Silly brain

  1. It is uber common for a bipolar brain to send out wrong messages. Like being triggered by an event others may dismiss. That does not make it less prevalent in your mind,but it does weigh in on how important depressive/manic thoughts weigh in. Fair or not,is up to us to choose what we believe inπŸ€πŸ–€πŸ’žπŸ’œπŸ’™

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