I keep feeling as if my feelings change.
I feel like a mixed-signal, and not much is more annoying than a mixed-signal.
I don’t want to give myself inconsistent feelings and I don’t want other people to struggle to understand me either.
I have talked recently about wanting consistency and how good that feels to be rooted in a routine.
Well, I understand that it is hard to direct your emotions sometimes.
I am an emotionally analytical person, and as I continue to live my life, my emotions sway back and forth all the time.
I don’t consider that to be bad – I consider it an observation of who I am.
I am figuring out how to right the ship when my emotions are swaying.
I want balance – I want consistency.
So, I ask myself, why are my feelings about things changing constantly?
Why do I sometimes want something and other times not?
To me, this is frustrating.
I am trying to communicate one thing to myself, but I hear two different answers.
I am trying to combat this lack of understanding by reverting to some things that have helped me in the past:
- I know myself. I know why I want things when I do, I know what motivates me, and I know that I want to be better.
- I know that I trust my feelings. I just have to put that trust into action.
- Don’t worry if you don’t have it all figured out – it’s rare if we ever do. Just remember to keep trying when I can’t seem to figure it out, because I know I can and will, eventually.
I hope to continue to work hard on understanding some of my emotions and being able to portray them to others properly.
I’m learning a lot as we speak.
I want to always communicate well, whether that be to myself or others.
Communication is key…
Consistency is key…
I just have to find the keychain.