How to compassionately “rest” (just to be oppositional haha)
“Procrastination” v procrastination because of undiagnosed conditions, SpLD’s… there will be a reason. This is why ripping off the Bandaid hurts, but can be so, so life changing
Saying yes, over no. How so much work needs to be done to get to this point where I’m saying yes to this course.
“Can make decisions only from love (intuition) and fear (procrastination)”
I am not the only one with ADHD writing issues, massive resistance, all wrapped in anxiety :)
“The feeling proceeds the actions/manifestation of what we’re trying to bring into the world”. Beauty of the day… family.. food..= so important to writing
Importance of feeling ready, peeling back the layers
Importance of flow of consciousness, and it releasing judgement/criticism/flack out of the body and mind.
PhD…. I’d like 30k of words by end of year. I have had significant (over a decade+) of difficulty due to undiagnosed ADHD and SpLD’s. I have started writing this year, and I’m currently near 16k. The total word count is 80-100k.
I can feel physically drained from just thinking about it, so I will think I need to “rest”, and rest and rest… before to do it
I will not read feedback from my supervisor. My mental health worker has been trying for weeks to get me to a point where she can read them to me. Tomorrow we will meet in a cafe to do if. I think I have rejection sensitivity dysphoria. It is quite debilitating to be so fearful of what might not even be negative feedback.
Keep to the aim of 150 words a day and taking all the extra words coming, even if they are just draft form. Get past the perfectionism blocking action and productivity.
Acknowledge nervous system dysregulation
Be more compassionate toward how I’m feeling, and not beat myself up for feeling fearful
Start to try feel my own intuition, what is this to me?
I don’t think I’m ready yet. I do use Tiimo that helps with accountability from a non-human. I do a study tutor who is checking in.
Steph and Clarendon the hamster 🐹❤️
My response to: Week2: How to Compassionately Quit Procrastinating