Welcome to Silentio Sonante – the ponderings of my inner mind. I am Andria Kennedy: freelance writer, writer of science fiction and fantasy (please feel free to visit my other blog, Antihero Kreative, if you’re interested in that aspect of things), and, yes, a fellow warrior of depression and anxiety.
So, make yourself a mug of hot chocolate, find a comfortable chair, and sink into the silence, shall we?
“I’ll get to it tomorrow.” Everyone utters that phrase at some point in time. And, as long as you follow through on the promise, it isn’t a big deal. But when you use the words as an excuse to stay rooted in place, it’s time for a look at reality.
“Control freak” has a negative connotation in today’s world. People look down on you if you direct a project or implement structure to your work. And you find yourself the object of resentment more often than not. It’s why most object to the description. But why is it such so horrible? And when was the last time you stopped to think about the motivation behind a person’s need to control every detail?
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