I totally get this. Used to do it all the time. Once thing I did was change my self- and god-talk at bedtime. Sometimes just expressing gratitude for even on small thing, or on days when i didn't feel grateful for anything, just doing something as a bedtime routine. I read now when I'm not completely exhausted. It pulls me out of my head and into the story.I go to sleep each night hoping and praying that God will just let me go to sleep and not wake up.
Yeah, I'm in that place, as well. I feel "bored" a lot of the time, even when I'm deeply involved in things. I think apathy plays a huge role in that.I am so very tired of life and as Winston Churchill said "I've grown bored with it all."
My secret wish is to win the lottery and build a house in the woods, miles from people.I don't have anyone to talk to and I miss having a friend to just hang out with or just talk to. The loneliness I feel sucks and I'm not real good at letting people get to know me on a friend level. I feel as though I should just go live in the woods since that's kind of where I am on an emotional level.
I'm sorry you are feeling this way, but I know how it feels all too well.I feel broken and unfixable at this point in my life and I have little hope for the future.
Absolutely agree with this!
It is. I wonder, though, if there is more in this case than just "boredom."It’s one of the most dangerous things I know of, boredom.
As I said above, I do all sorts of things - and always, these days, only things I'm passionate about - and still have that feeling. I don't think it's just boredom; I don't even think it's primarily boredom. All sorts of other stuff tied in with it.I Seek inspiration. Interest, passion, curiosity, potential… list goes on… may follow or become a part, but? Step one. Inspiration needed.). No lie. Boredom kills. At least in my world.