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  • ... or so says Oprah and I love questionnaires.

    Who do I yell at in the quiet of my head?

    If I had shingles, who would I call who might make me feel the tiniest bit better?

    What's the one thing that nobody knows about me?
    That I clip my fingernails when nervous and slit the skin on my calves when my grief’s gets too hard to bear. I hate being on my phone - talking or messaging, I just hate having a phone except for the music.

    When was the last time I laughed until root beer came out of my nose?
    Two minutes ago, as I watched this ->

    Do I have one little doable thing that always makes me happy?
    Yes. Write.

    Why don't I do more of the above?
    Because I am often not proud of my writing

    Did I take on ____________ just to get ____________ to love me?
    Did I take on dieting just to get the crowd to love me?

    How often does my body scream, "you're a crazy lady!"?
    Everyday. Many times in a day.

    Would I trust my partner to choose a nursing home for me?
    There’s no partner.

    When do I make people afraid of me?
    When angry. When sad. When in love.

    Will I be able to retire without moving to another country?
    I live in the cheapest country and yet not confident of getting by (lol).

    Am I being my best self in my romantic relationships?
    Don’t know about best but truest, yes.

    If I pretended for six months that I couldn't buy anything that cost more than $150, could I do it?

    Can I stop being critical for just two weeks?

    What do I lie about?
    My optimism.

    Can I name one thing I'm really, really good at?

    Do I make others feel bad if they're not good at this one thing?
    Everyone’s good at it, there’s no other way of doing it.

    Am I meant to be doing something greater?
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