My Negativity

Anxiety and Negativity

Every day you must unlearn the ways that hold ...

I have felt a little stressed lately.  Why?  My health insurance that I have used as a graduate student expires at the end of August.  I have applied for a state-run insurance program, but have not heard back from them yet.  This program is pretty good, but actually getting accepted can take a lot of work.   I don’t mind paying for private insurance, but it is expensive.  If I went without the health insurance, my prescription medicine alone would cost well over $300 and I’m taking the generic  version.  I can’t imagine how much the brand name version costs.

As if that weren’t enough, my dean wants to meet with me for some reason.  I realize that I shouldn’t jump to negative conclusions, but I can only think of bad things that could come out of this!    Why can I not see a positive side to any of this?  One of the first things that I learned about mind-body wellness was not to focus too heavily on negative thoughts and to consider that there might be positive outcomes.


7 thoughts on “My Negativity

  1. My health insurance situation is still unresolved. I can’t call and get health insurance until I no longer have insurance. That rule doesn’t really make sense to me. I’ll find out more tomorrow morning.


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