Nickie Coby (puppybraille) wrote,
Nickie Coby

Backing onself into a corner is a bad idea.

So we were talking about states of consciousness in psychology--actually, we were watching a film about it. They were talking about dreams which was interesting. They said that the parasympathetic nervous system kicks in and that's why you don't move in your dream. I'm a bit confused about what exactly causes RSD, but if the sympathetic nervous system overfires like I'm thinking, maybe that's why I tend to feel slightly better in the morning.
The thing taht was scary was I backed myself into an emotional corner thinking about the surgery. It would help if I knew what would happen if hey do this. Knowing that I might have surgery isn't helping. It's hard to prepare for something if it only might happen. Does that make sense?
I made myself anxious. I was physically shaking. I need to figure out how to beat these thoughts. I feel fine now. I'd love to sleep for about 24 hours, but I have class today, so it's not possible.

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