just a thought: #31
by iren monkey
i’ve been doing a lot of self-reflecting lately about the source of my indecisiveness, or better yet, the reasons behind my thinking. as of late, i’ve realized that i can come off as irrational — and not without frequent reminders from people i hold close. i’ve started to become much more aware that the basis of a lot of my decision-making is on the strength of my feelings towards each option. it’s always worked for me to go with my “gut”…so rationality doesn’t always go hand-in-hand with that. how exactly can one find a happy medium? the obvious answer is to slow down and think about all the options, but what if there isn’t any time and the decision needs to be made right now? worse, what if there isn’t any time and i feel indifferent about every option on the table? it’s giving me anxiety just thinking about it…but really though? i’m 31-years old and at this point, i don’t think that decision-making capabilities get better with age. i hate to just outright admit defeat and say that i’m quite myopic — that’s never desirable. but how do you insert slow-paced thinking in a fast-paced lifestyle? enlighten me, my friends.