I've decided to see overwhelm as a perk of life.
This isn't about taking lemons and making lemonade.
Everywhere I look I see headlines talking about cutting the overwhelm, ways to stop being overwhelmed, decreasing your overwhelm, killing your overwhelm.
Sounds like it's a problem.
Seeing overwhelm as a big hairy monster will lead to increased stress and over the top anxiety.
So I'm flipping the script. (are we tired of that phrase yet?)
Overwhelm means you have options.
It means there is action to be taken.
There is so much hitting you at once, so many avenues to go down, that you feel...overwhelmed.
What to do first? How to handle it? Which problem options do you tackle now, and which do you prioritize for later?
OPTIONS ARE AMAZING EVEN IF THEY ARE NOT ALL AWESOME OPTIONS.
It's when you run out of options that's the real pickle.
But, as long as you have even just a choice or two? You're...
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