Sometimes I Want To Skip The PROCESS

Sometimes I Want To Skip The PROCESS

After reading Daiana’s blogpost on loving your process, it is also part the result, I realize sometimes that I wish I could skip the bad parts of my life and be left with the good and best times. I know, the bad parts/moments is where the growth happens and those don’t last forever but they sure take a long time to past!

There are some things that I can wait for and others that get me extremely impatient, for example I can wait a whole year for season 3 of Derry Girls to return on Netflix (it’s been 1 year and a half maybe, yet I’m still here calm, cool and collected) while waiting for a better job opportunity frustrates me.

Here is another example, my friend has been crushing on a guy for months now, we buy from his mini-mart twice a week just so she can see him but never talk to him, I told her I couldn’t do it I would have told him how I felt the moment I was sure I wanted to know more about him and not wait months, see what I mean? My level of patience depends on the situation.

I used to ask for the wisdom of Solomon when I was younger but I should have asked God for the patience of Job.

Girl in Her Twenties

This week all I wanted was to fast forward the bad bits when I should have experienced them for what they were, the obstacles before the breakthrough. I remedied the situation by having my night owl 2:00 A.M. moment this morning, I allowed myself to breathe and I just wrote about how I was feeling and let my thoughts take over! It’s been a while since I’ve been able to do that and I woke up this morning feeling more like myself.

I’ve paused a few good moments (I didn’t want to see them end) and I’m allowing myself to endure the bad ones. I won’t say I’m not complaining because I do it mentally but I find the lessons in those unbearable experiences to balance it all out.

How was your week? Rant about it in the comment section.

4 thoughts on “Sometimes I Want To Skip The PROCESS

  1. I totally understand you, sometimes I deal with situations that make me feel impatient and want to feel good fast. But writing about learning to respect the process makes me feel calmer, stay in the present moment and not feel anxious about the future. You’re doing great girl, keep it up!

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    1. It’s the feel like I have to have it all figured out that I’m running from.

      Thank you so much, your blog has been really helpful as it pertains to mental health, I owe you for suggesting journaling (saved my mind) ❤


      1. Awww 🥺 thank you so much for your words! I always think that if can be helpful just for 1 person then I feel satisfied. I also enjoy reading your posts, there is a lot in common with me and they help me to improve my English✨🤍 (tengo que mejorar)


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