In the entry, “Help. Please. Save Me,” I detailed how this so-called nothingness really feels like. In a nutshell, it is simply like floating onto nothingness, without any direction, until that sense of indirection reflects into the real world. There, I mentioned that lucky are those who experience nothingness, and being noticed by people around them.…… Continue reading What is a support group?
In the entry, Burnout vs Fed up, I roughly discussed the difference between the two mental weariness. As a recap, the main discrepancy is that, when you get fed up, you can still continue with life. Burnout deprives you of that capability, and thus can be mentally paralyzing. The worst thing that can happen is…… Continue reading “Help. Please. Save me.”
It is a stressful day at work. You just had a board meeting and then a client just came in to clarify matters with you. You asked for a five-minute break and rushed to the bath room. There in one of the cubicles, you finally felt at ease, even just for five minutes. Who would…… Continue reading Why bathrooms calm introverts down
It is a normal workday and you are on your way to the office. From a far, you see, in your peripheral view, an officemate, and the worst part is, he sees you too. What you did is that you readily cross the street and create a new route to work. Does this seem to…… Continue reading Stop the discrimination of introverts