Uneasy feelings

Do you wake up with an uneasy feeling in the pit of your stomach when you’re dealing with so many uncertainties?

All of my uncertainties are beginning to make me feel uneasy. Unfortunately, those feelings are bringing about other feelings, which I am now having to deal with. I still have to fight my corner so that I can live my life my own way, which is something I have always had to do and that is what I feel I am still having to do.

I’m fed up of having to be on my guard all the time. For me, some days are a constant battle. In my life I am still expected to adapt to be a certain way. It really doesn’t matter what I say and I appreciate that we’re all different. We wouldn’t be individual if we weren’t, but we have to be able to live side by side for us all to get on with our lives independently of one another. That’s the way it should be.

I strive to have calm and peace in my life. It’s something I work on daily without stepping on other people’s toes to do it, to belittle or make them feel bad and just as I do that I hope that the same is afforded back to me. It’s so difficult reaching that balance with others.

I want to wake up and feel happy, without having that feeling of dread and unease at what I have to deal with continually. I shall continue to work on it.


22 Apr, 2012

4 thoughts on “Uneasy feelings

  1. I think the only way to wake settled is to go to sleep settled.

    Perhaps you could try some relaxation techniques on an evening. Families like yours aren’t worth worrying about.

    1. I agree with you that being settled before sleep does help with sleeping more soundly. I go to bed settled, then thoughts come back into my mind.

      Some of my uncertainties still need to be resolved and can’t be just yet. I have to bide my time. Everything else that can be dealt with is dealt with and resolved.

      You’re right on my family, they’re not worth the worry.

  2. I’ve just quit worrying about stuff especially at night and I sleep better. Not one hundred percent better, but better.

    I feel fairly good when I get up in the morning. It just takes time for things to settle.

    1. Lisa I’m pleased that you’ve quit worrying so you now feel better in the morning and sleep better at night.

      I think for me once the bigger issues have been sorted out, I know I will sleep a lot better without those uneasy feelings coming back into my mind.

      I’m not great with meditation but I know that will help, if I could only do it! I agree with you that it takes time for things to settle.

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