I love when I can fall into flow. Once I start getting things done it becomes much easier to do things. Starting is always the hardest.
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Hitting the end of my focus makes forming any kind of thoughts much more difficult. I find it easy enough to react to things when I’m exhausted but initiating is near impossible.
Just deal with it body! I don’t notice my body a lot of times, so when it negatively impacts me I expect it to resolve itself.
Lots of one on one conversations are direly important for my crew of introverts. Multiple conversations allow for better considerations and speed things up.
Sometimes “I feel like I should” overrides everything else and makes it impossible for me to tell if it’s something I actually want. When it’s a very strong feeling of obligation I guess I want to, in order to make the feeling of obligation go away.
Especially by one that knows me really well, and what kind of things might upset me. I’m glad to have a partner that can prod so well.
So said Jonathan. He continued that he would greatly prefer a direct no to no reply. Online especially it seems like people will pretend not to see things or just ignore them rather than being direct. I suppose that feels easier, but it’s not fun being left hanging.