I have spent a great amount of time feeling as though I was adrift from common sense and that had lost my mind. Apparently I am not alone with this feeling and now that I am ploughing my way through this podcast and the “the overwhelmed brain” I feel as though I have been validated. It has been a rocky ride the last few years and the journey ahead will probably prove to be challenging and informative. I am looking forward to changing some of my behavior so that I learn how to value myself when challenged- my problem has always been how to do that but not lose it when the inevitable putdown happens.
gajetgrl via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/19/20
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