It’s Okay to Be a Lot: On Watching Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
“This is what being obsessed is: It is making a huge production in your mind.”
Your son will forever be intense; will forever latch onto anything that can be reduced to a noun—people, places, things; will mull over thoughts long past their expiration date; and could possibly benefit from SSRIs, cognitive behavioral therapy, exercise, a daily routine, positive reinforcement, anti-anxiety meds as needed, and constant affirmation that what he feels is real and powerful and all-consuming.
a lot lot
Crazy Ex-Girlfriendthat Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
you’re all that I think about Let yourself obsesssometimesEric
Don’t get mad at yourself. It’s okay that you’re thinking about him. If you need to do that right now, that’s fine. Eventually you’ll stop. If you resist, you’ll just think of him morea lot
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