(It does make it frustrating in the sense of not being able to regulate and time things. But maybe it's an occasional needed escape - time to do what I want to the level of quality I want as the urge to do an excellent job hits me)I know part of the problem is a loss of routine. But even the daily rituals, as long as they are followed in the same relative order, don't seem to help much. Then there can be escapism, and the cabin feever associated with an inconsiderate, non paying, not trying to find work roomie.
...Brain has been disfunctional for a while. Just spacing out...
Here it is!!! maybe? maybe???
ps. article that's interesting for you:
Yale Researchers Succeed In Repairing Brain Damage Caused By Chronic Stress, Lead Poisoning, Potential Implications For Bipolar Disorder
Yale University researchers report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (September 7-11 edition) that damage to the brain caused by chronic stress or lead poisoning can be repaired by blocking a key molecular pathway.
Have a groovy day everyone!
I hope everything is consistantly as happy for you as I have been this evening!