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You know those days where you start off energetic and you just crash or break like an hour after. Pretty much me today.
All of the sudden I dose off and become stuck in my own head. Which never ends well, usually ends with me depressed and someone asking if I'm alright. Talking to yourself does that sometimes.
My brain likes to simulate problems then solve it. Like knowing how I'll word a question far before I ask it or how I'd convince someone to side with me in an argument that'll never happen. I'm pretty sure it isn't healthy and is a waste of energy. I don't know. It's hard to psychologically analyze yourself without always objectively thinking your self as mentally stable or healthy. Weird to think about really. How does a crazy person know that they're crazy.
I can usually acknowledge my own physical health as well. Such as if I'm tired of dehydrated, I'll usually have short temper at those times. Or is that irrational, blaming emotions you don't want on a factor other than you're human.
Pretty sure I'm obsessively controlling in my own life. Guess I am crazy. In a way that makes me seem in control and at some times smart. A curse of anything. None can be prepared for everything and I tire easily from trying. Thank you for reading this mess of you've come this far. Definitely a venting thing. Thankyou.
Everything that you described is not any indication of mental disorder in any way, shape or form. I believe what's really happening is you are actually digging in deeper into your self. You may find yourself overloaded by questions which you put to your self and when you answer those questions, it is the deeper and higher part of your self that's responding to your questions. You are not crazy. You are getting to know your self deeper and that is a good thing. Embrace it. Love it. More things will unfold for you and you will soon have a better understanding of why you are the way you are.
Apr 10, 2019