Adjusting reasoning is a painful process. Every once in a while – and not too often because it’s grueling… I ask myself the question: “What am I avoiding right now?”

Indeed. Adjusting reasoning is a painful process. Every once in a while – and not too often because it’s grueling… I ask myself the question:

“What am I avoiding right now?”

I start writing it out. The writing gets slower and slower, and more painful to put into words the deeper I go because I start hitting into areas of fears and uncertainties that I _much prefer_ to keep locked away in nice little boxes, tucked away into dark corners, like monsters tucked away in the basement of my mental castle.

Introspection is a marvelous lifelong habit for me, although I don’t think it’s for everybody honestly. After all, once you’ve been deconstructed, who is there to pick up the pieces?

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