I am at my best when I am involved in musical activities at church. From 5:15 to 8:30 pm Wednesday nights and on Sunday mornings, everything else melts away and it's just me and my music. Great therapy!
I am my best when I keep myself organized. It helps when I organize my thoughts and actually write down some goals. I feel a sense of gratification when I am able to accomplish those goals and actually "check" them off of my list.
That's a great story and memory to have. Even negatives in childhood can be made into positives for our adulthood. They might help us empathize with others in a way that we wouldn't have been able to if the experience wasn't there. I try to just identify things like that as "experiences" not good or bad, just experiences.
Although i know this is unhealthy recently im at my best alone in a hot bath cutting as this is the only way i feel human. (They are surface scratches and no deeper then a paper cut) but seeing myself bleed makes me feel normal.
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