All In My Head

I almost want to ask, but I don’t think I will. It might be okay if I did, but I’m not sure if it’s normal or even what the reaction would be. Yet, here I sit wondering if I offended or upset someone else without realizing it.

All I can base this on is one side of an overheard conversation. It seemed to relate to the work I had volunteered to help with. Nothing was said and no reactions given. So maybe it’s all in my head. Perhaps, that was not the environment I work well in and out felt awkward to the one I was helping.

So I choose not to beat myself up anymore for that time. I choose to forgive myself as well. Most likely, it’s as it usually is, all in my head.

One thought on “All In My Head”

  1. You say “all in my head” like that’s a bad thing! I don’t think we should play down things that are “all in my head.” Having said that, it’s also appropriate to apply context. If it’s “all in my head” (um, that is, *your* head), where did these thoughts or feelings come from? Nothing comes from nowhere.

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