Lying in bed last night, I began to think of different things I really need to do. So many! Before long I was in a puddle of despair and my brain short-circuited.

Does this ever happen to you?

so many live wires
sizzling as they cross

WikimediaImages from Pixabay


13 thoughts on “OCD

    1. Definitely swamped here. 😦 It should be so easy to just pick a system (I’m getting FlyLady’s inspiring e-mails) and stick with it, but I can’t seem to; there are too many things — stuff that should have been done last year — reproachfully demanding my attention. 🙂

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      1. I can understand how it feels to be affected by OCD. I, myself have been battling OCD for the last decade. But I found solace in writing about my mental condition and by that I help other people too. I have some articles that may make you feel good about life😊

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  1. I am always thinking about the To-Do’s, especially, before bed. I’ve discovered that guided meditation videos before bed helps, because at the end of the day, the most important To-Do on my overwhelming to-do list is sleep. The meditation videos keep my brain focused on one thing so I can fall asleep and not worry or dwell on anything else. 🙂


    1. I have memorized a number of poems — and am usually working at learning another. Also,, I find that short, intense poems like haiku help me to focus on one image, which helps me to fall asleep. UNLESS…I’ve had tea or strong coffee in the evening. 😦

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