Maggie - 2005-07-02 06:52:19
So glad you finally left a link, so I could find your blog. Keep us posted on the personality experiment. I always thought I was shy (and still do at moments). The biggest shock was making friends years later with someone a couple years behind me in art school who thought I was one of the coolest people on campus. Art School - it's like high school, only everyone is MORE self-absorbed.
Nancy F. - 2005-07-02 10:32:27
Appearance... not important Feeling comfortable in your skin: VERY IMPORTANT get comfy is stuck in that skin!
Sheryl - 2005-07-03 00:10:51
It takes a lot of energy to act the opposite of how you feel. I think it often helps, and it's also hard work, so kudos to you.
Nancy - 2005-07-04 21:06:37
It does work sometimes, to happy yourself out of the grumps... but don't let too long before you also get a check up from the doc. Eliminate the possibility that what you're feeling just MIGHT have some physiologic basis. And don't let any doc just tell you it's PMS, or that it's something you should "learn to put up with".. Come to think of it... that's probably not advice YOU GO GIRL GO!
Lisa V - 2005-07-05 10:33:31
I think sometimes it works. And even if it doesn't work, you look good while feeling shitty. Maybe this is middle-aged something. I find myself on occassion doing this. What's the damn meaning of it all? Why am I here? Are the best years gone? Then I eat chocolate, have a big glass of wine and tell myself not to worry my pretty little head about it. A life unexamined is way preferable for me. Ditsy blonde, superficial and insincere, that is me.

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