#keepcalmWRITEon Day 14
When we're stressed, we really don't want to hear, "You need to relax a bit."
When we're thinking, we don't want to hear, "Are you okay?"
When we've had a long day and are fighting to not show it on our face, we dont want to hear, "What's wrong?"
See, sometimes our face looks like that because on the inside, our brain is going in 22 directions at once.
Sometimes, it's all we can do to keep our balance amidst the ebb and flow and weight of our own thoughts.
Sometimes, it's hard to make a decision because our over-sensitive brains see 18765432 different ways to solve a problem, but we don't want to be judged, so we keep our opinions to ourselves.
Sensory overload is like being on a super-fast Ferris Wheel, while eating an entire pizza as fast as you can, while trying to count each individual light whizzing by and trying to sing the national anthem, all at once.
It's needing to be in a quiet space NOW, RIGHT NOW, so that your head doesn't explode.
It's throwing your hands up in the air because you can't get a grip on anything anyway.
It's sneaking outside to the 15-degree back patio to let the cold air slow your thumping heart.
Sometimes being an introvert makes us come off .... high-strung.
In reality, it's just exhausting to be around people all the time.
We all have our things.