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17. Please describe your mind.
In a million places all of the time, primarily tuned into the thoughts and feelings and traumas of others.
My mind is in a good mindset.
I think I have ADD, but I use it to my advantage. I have a quick wit and am able to multi-task effectively. I am curious. I love researching things. If I have a question I like to seek out the answer ASAP, if possible. It eats at me if I don't know something that could be easily answered with a quick search.
Oddly organised, always wandering
My mind is full of good ideas and creative
Conflicting, troubled, growing.
All over the place, creative
Confused, happy, stressed, daydreaming, loving.
A lot is going on there I think About a lot of Things, mostly how to make somethings, to find technical Solutions to Problems that might face. I often meditate About garments that I can knit or sew.
it's always making things (up), it's always racing but it's also always reinventing itself. it can be quite full on and overwhelming at times but it's got a very vast imagination.
Creative and logical but subject to a ton of stupid mistakes if left 'unworked/untrained'.
Imaginative, curious, impulsive, empathetic, prone to pessimism.
critical, visual, analytical, creative
(footwear designer 30 years)
teach footwear design at FIDM
Digressive, passionate, lazy, agreeable, flexible, sometimes stubborn.
A positive and openminded mind who does alot to please both my self and my Family in the daily life.
I don't know how to compartmentalize.
I have recently learned that I have dyspraxia which means I cant remember sequences or remember directions and find it difficult to organise myself according to time. I compensate by having very good visual pattern recognition.
Constantly going. I am always thinking of ideas, day dreams, dreams, plans, etccc. I am trying to learn how to get my mind to work with and for me rather than against me so much. My mind is very active and creative. Lots of connections going on and lots of dreaming.
My mind is a constantly evolving and progressive canvas for God to paint on.
I have clinical depression, but I’m beating it. I think a lot about the world, and I suppose that’s enough to send anyone into a downward spiral. However, I love noticing the beauty in everything ugly.
everyday different world I wake up
Hourglass, having a hole on both sides.
Over critical over analytical
Calm and collected
BLAGH in your face
I am intelligent and imaginative. My mind is capable of problem-solving and extraordinary memory. I can always see the good in others, but that sometimes makes me vulnerable.
An anxious place that wants to be calm but can't quite manage it yet. Lots of sophomoric jokes and questions I should never ask out loud. Indecisive about literally everything. Please don't visit.
I love my mind. It's sparkling. It's silvery. It's unique. It's mine. So many ideas, so many thoughts, so many beautiful memories. The hardest thing that happened to my mind was the state I was in a couple of years ago. After every chemo I had a couple of days that I was more or less apathetic, because of the medicines. It was horrible. I could easily deal with all the physical side-effects, but found it hard not to be *myself*. After a couple of days, my mind used to return. It was wonderful to have them back: the ideas, the plans, the associations, the sparkles. In the past there have been moments of frustration because I find it hard to focus on one idea, one plan at the time, but the chemo experience made me realise that I love my mind. The abundance of thoughts and ideas is what defines me. So now, I celebrate it.
I have a curious mind. I almost always never say no to a learning experience. I have a thinking mind- I think why...I think how..I like to plan things out...
It's creative, it's hard working to a fault, it's always busy.
a lot of crazy ideas
I am open minded.
With an IQ of 160 at age 5 and holding five college degrees, I am ALWAYS needing to challenge my mind, as learning is my reason for being. Loved being a professor of biostatistics, but being a therapist got old as most female clients were just whining spoiled little kids. I left the career of Professional Nursing as I don't like working with women. I find them to be catty, back-stabbing, gossipy small-talking bimbos. I don't like shallow, stupid or ignorant people & actively avoid them.