Thursday, January 10, 2013

I have, not I am.

There is a difference between saying "I am" and "I have". Try it.

I am anxious and depressed.

- or -

I have anxiety and depression.

The first sentence owns you, the second you own it. It's a huge difference. There's more to me than this once facet, though sometimes the darkness creeps in and it feels like this might be all I am.

It's good to remember all these little things, since the devil can often be found in the details.

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