Personing is hard.

I got to thinking the other night, it’s hard to be a person. Like, how am I supposed to do all the things? I have to complete all my schoolwork and meet all those deadlines while actually achieving good grades. Then there’s work every single day. Have to juggle that in with my education.

Now you’ve got personal life, relationships, keeping up with friends and family. Trying to be social-but not too social or you’ll be drained. Then you’re financial life.

How am I supposed to do all those things and then eat right and not spend money and not eat out and take care of my skin? Plus my mental health and my spiritual health and my health health! Exercise?!?!?

Who has the time for all. Of. The. Things. There’s no point to this post I just needed to vent to say that personing is really hard sometimes, and very overwhelming when you actually think about everything we juggle.

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Categories: Anxiety, bipolar disorder, Current Events, Depression, Mania, Mental Health, OCD, self-care

2 replies

  1. You probably can’t tell, but I’m not a very social person lol!!

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