I live my life in my head, in thoughts, in daydreams. My thirteen year old son, sitting next to me in the car, sees me gesturing to my internal monologue and urges, “Mom, stop it. Live your life.” Yes, when I daydream, I am not living in the present. I must practice mindfulness, and remember to be here now.
Living in My Head
Kitt O'Malley2013-10-05T06:29:42-07:00October 5th, 2013|Categories: Bipolar Disorder, Mindfulness|Tags: daydreaming, dissociation|0 Comments
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