There are quite a few flaws in our lives. This is meant in no derogatory way, no. It is just something worth taking a good look at.
Under normal circumstances, people will immediately see certain things as bad and derogatory. I hate to break it to them, it could be intended in the opposite way.
This blog had some fascinating things to share about the trauma.
After a handful of traumas in the last five years, things look different now. Trauma upends everything we took for granted, including things we didn’t know we took for granted. (source above)
As the side note, this could be something bad that happens to you. As you will know from my “about”, this also can come through a Traumatic Brain Injury.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a complex injury with a broad spectrum of symptoms and disabilities. (source)
I figured I should start out only sharing the positive things, it wouldn’t make sense if I shared certain things I struggled with that weren’t about me alone. You will see at the end I can suggest the ways I found that worked better for me, perhaps it can help you too. Images are scaled slightly down, don’t really need to share my scribbles in HD.
There is only one thing that I ‘passed’ in terms of what has happened this year (not completely to do with subjects at university). I have found that I need to use completely different methods to study, never mind work on personal projects. Sure, I started making my studies an important ‘time sink’ in January. ‘Time sink’ is literally where I could have it, I didn’t allow myself to do anything besides studying mostly. If it wasn’t studying I would only allow myself to use minimal time for it. It just happened to be after this middle year ‘holiday’ I finally found what I needed to do.