Dark side of sewing

…or how I need my “me” time + rage issues.

Today after lunch was my time for sewing. I needed it, it feels so good, although it causes me all sorts of emotions on the side. More of that later, but for now let’s focus on the tote itself. I feel I had some small amount of yardage from the flowery fabric you’ve seen in my last post, so I thought why not practice sewing totes once more. I’d say it’s about the same size as this tote, which I made yesterday. They’re both perfect for one skein projects.

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As for the rage, I suppose that’s just a natural process of clearing things, but it makes me feel like I could spew fire, and the worst part is that it’s not subsiding even if I do. It’s like a vicious circle.

When I don’t sew I’m very nervous and angry, and when I do, I feel the rage within me like a hurricane, and it’s often triggered by things that I remember from my past. It subsides in the end, but it is almost a regular occurrence. Have you ever experienced something like that? How do you deal with it? How do you let go?

 

 

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  1. How I let go? I’ve used EFT for years. It’s amazing at clearing away stuff. Easy to do too. 🌞

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    1. Thank you! That’s a good advice!

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      1. You’re welcome. It’s rather blissful when all this tension leaves the body, it’s my wish for you that you get to experience it soon. 💞

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