Hard times doesn’t mean being hard on youself

Today I had a thought. I think I’m being too hard on myself. I’m trying to live like nothing is happening and being strict with myself but I don’t think I am being fair.

I want to be good, I want to be healthy emotionally and physically and I do this a little more difficult when I expect I should function as normally when everything around me is not.

I think I am being harder with me and I don’t want it. I want to eat without feel guilty because I am not doing my regular exercise or I am not working the same amount of time or not having the same workload. I might not be exhausted physically but I am emotionally.

Emotional stress also means being tired, I need rest as well. So I will try to be more caring with myself, more compassionate. My mind needs vacation, so I think I’ll have to do some research about how to take a mental recess. We do it when when go to the beach, we visit places (at least that’s what I do) but now that we are not allowed to be out and if we do we are not quite safe, how can I relax my mind?

I consider mariguana should be firstable legal and secondly an essential bussiness. There’s no other thing I could think right now as a method of letting things go. But I will have to find another way.

Meanwhile I will begin to be better with myself. I deserve a little more self-esteem.

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