I Made a Mistake.

I wrote a good blog this morning.

I messed up and it didn't save.

I'm using the strategies that I would teach you to let the disappointment of this go.

It was a bloody good post. It examined human worth and our tendency to rate ourselves when things go wrong.

Just like I am doing right now. What a stupid idiot I am. I will never again write another good blog post. Not one as amazing as that. I might as well give up my career as a psychologist and go and live in a cave.

Was it really that seminal and life-changing? If I wrote a good blog once is it possible to write another? Is it really my opinion that I am a stupid idiot for making this mistake? Is it an opinion that serves my life well?

How funny the human mind is.

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