Originally Posted by Reefs
Stop posting about it. Then stop talking about it to others.
This is the first time I've posted about it in ages, and I have seldom talked about it to others either. After I posted here the other day, I felt so much bottled-up crap coming out on the board, it was quite a relief.
Actually, some of this stuff I never told anyone until I posted it here the other day. Plenty of people I know IRL can easily find me through my username here, and I didn't want them to know all this embarrassing junk. It came to a point where I was so overwhelmed I didn't even care anymore.
Change your daily routine.
This, I do agree, is something that would help. I don't even know how to begin.
Zenn said, "You practiced action, your decided way of dealing with this." In contrast, moriarty said when people believe they have a safety net, they may act in detrimental ways to their goals because they believe they have a safety net.
I'm not sure how I could have not practiced action. I have been one of the people here who step in when everyone's proclaiming that action = LoA, and say "not always." But -- when I was over my head -- I chose to work 10 or 12 hours a day most days per week, and if I would have worked, say 7 or 8 five days per week, and then things fell apart, we'd maybe be saying it's because I didn't do enough action.
Maybe you should even stop being a mod for while because that mod job might scatter your focus too much.
What else am I supposed to stop because it might scatter my focus too much?