Even the idea of it makes me nervous. I’ve never really been a fan of it, but it’s definitely got worse over the years. I’m not sure if I lack confidence in myself or what, but it’s awful. When it comes to class presentations I get myself in such a state. When I’m actually standing there talking I’m okay, but leading up to it… I can’t cope! I know I’m not the only one who has problems with public speaking – I know loads of people who do, but when it comes to your turn you just feel all alone and pressured. Even the week or so leading up to the presentation I get nervous. My eating cuts down more and more each day, and on the day I literally cannot eat a thing until it is over.
Trying to convince yourself that everything is going to be okay can be pretty tough sometimes. No matter how many times I say it over in my head, I never believe it.
Everybody has their own personal way of dealing with things, but sometimes it can be much harder for some than others. I’ve recently been given some advice though, that you should write down things to try and convince yourself that everything is going to be okay and to stay positive. I’m not sure if it will definitely work, but there’s no harm in trying, right?
Wow, I don’t even know where to start. This book was absolutely incredible! The Ice Cream Girls by Dorothy Koomson is probably the first ever book I have read which made the hairs on my arms stand up on end, and my legs feel like jelly.
So I decided to choose 6 things I have bought this month and share them with you. I know a lot of people do ‘monthly favourite’ tags… But I’m not sure if this is the same thing. So just in case, I am going to call it ‘my March must-have’s’ instead 🙂
I also know I’m a bit early, as the end of the month isn’t until next week, but I won’t be going shopping again this week so I am going to share it with you now instead! I have never done anything like this before, so I apologise if I ramble too much!
This is one of my favourite quotes. Whenever I am sat thinking about things and getting myself down, I sit and read this quote over and over. It is true – thinking just causes more problems than before.