Monday, January 25, 2010

In every day a little rain must fall -

As I have grown older, I am coming to realize that I have lost my "support chain". Sure I have my family to talk to, but I tend to temper what I say to them. I have coworkers and many acquaintances, but I tend to share information, but remain quite guarded about it. It's been years since I have had someone I could confide in to talk openly about my irritations, concerns, and such ~ and more importantly, care about what it is I am sharing.

I don't really have any close friends. It sucks, and i don't know how to right the ship. My life has been full of frustrations lately. I used to feel that I was pretty optimistic about life. I don't remember when I lost it, but I now feel like I am a real pessimist. I know that I am my own worst critic - but it makes life tough not having that friend to confide in.


Tony said...

The power to change things is in your hands. This is often forgotten. Set a goal, to incrase, and improve your relationships... then take action to do so.

We have only one person to blame for our situation... and that is ourselves.

I found myself in a simular situation... so that is how I am trying to move foward, and make improvments.

Moose said...

That's pretty deep ~ but a little ethereal.

I am pretty protective about who I share things with, so that also feeds my issue, but hey it's nothing but a thing...