I'm sure you know those moments when you get upset for no reason and can't really put a finger on what it is.
Those moments of overwhelming disorientation that we can't seem to get rid of until it decides to leave us alone.
The anger, the stress, the tiredness.
When everything makes us want to scream but you have to stay composed because we fear the answer to the questions...
"Hey, are you okay? What's wrong?"
Many people, working class or just living their lives as they please, have learnt how to conceal their real feelings behind a "mask of contentment" which some of us may recognise straight away...because we do the same ourselves.
Just until our minds revolt and "beg" for you to take care of yourself. All the negatives flood our minds and try to make us sink.
Generally we sustain ourselves by focusing on the positives in order to stop the negatives from breaking us down, ignoring them.
The more they pile up.
Although popularly understood as a negative thing to face, it is a mixture of the bad and good of every situation.
Would we not have a healthier existence if we learn take a solution-focused approach towards issues rather than ignoring them and hoping they would go away?
Problems might end up being less overwhelming than they originally could have been.
Maybe we might never get to the point where all your problems sneak up on us because...the potential solutions act as a cushion. It's already half-solved.
So many suggestions could be made as to how we can take care of our own minds.
But at the end of the day, it's all left to ourselves to learn what is best for us.
One important thing to always remember is that there is a world we can visit outside the realm of our own minds.
Parting question: Been there?