Now don't go feeling sorry for me. It's not a "boohoo, poor-me" depression, but a lethargic-procrastinating component of depression. I've learned that depression takes shape in many forms, and lack of enthusiasm and motivation leads to that component. .
Okay, I'll be honest:...I get the "boohoo, poor me" junk too...
Lack of enthusiasm and motivation leads to lethargy for me. While I've had a good run in school thus far, earning straight A's doesn't instill that much confidence in me. It just makes me wonder if I was just lucky enough to learn the material easily. Even with all that, I still don't feel very smart.
That's mostly because before school came along, I was pretty good at failing. I've failed so many times that I'm a success at it.
But, I'm not alone. Some of the most successful people in life have been numerous failures prior to reaching their pinnacle. I sleep better knowing that, and God reminds me every morning when I wake up that I still have a purpose.
I have a break this week, and while I enjoy school, I'm looking forward to the break. I'm tired and need a battery recharge. It's all good. Here's to failure...and success!
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