I decided that I would take that as one of my many holy grails this year, because no matter how you see it, it is actually true.
There, he slammed the door open, and loomed over my brother’s sleeping face and stared up close – with his now bright red, menacing eyes.
Before you accusingly think, “oh, she’s watched this and now she’s some inspired feel-good fairy”, I’m going to stop you right there and agree with you. You’re damned right. This inspired me so much that I make conscious decisions for my retail therapy now (or lack thereof post-watching), and it has also inspired me to share what I learned after watching it.
“I just …” she pointed down the stairs, “I just saw an old man walk out from your room. He was with a walking stick, and he was just … he was mumbling and looked at me angrily before he went down the stairs.”
The other thing was that, remember I said I could see if someone was outside my door? Absolutely no feet, no shadow. And yet the banging continued. It didn’t waver, it did not slow. If anything, it did sound as if it got agitated after a while.
And for you, my friend, I will list down some of the things that work for me most, if not all the time. I mean, there has got to be a reason why you clicked on this article. You know it. You came here to read what other avenues you could explore when trying to remedy the shittiness of the situation.
So, what really works? Here are some ideas.