>Tumid Mind

>I went to thesaurus.com and found a lot of synonyms for the word “packed.” So here are some good words/phrases to describe my mind:

awash, brimful, brimming, bundled, chock, chock-full, compact, compressed, congested, consigned, crammed, crowded filled, full to the gills, jam-packed, jammed, loaded mobbed, overflowing, overloaded, serried, stuffed, swarming, to the roof, tumid.

I especially liked “tumid” whose synonyms are

bloated, bombastic, distended, enlarged, inflated, overblown, pompous, protuberant, puffy, swollen, tumescent, turgid.

I do thank God for my swollen mind because it’s beautiful and complex and never-ending. Sometimes it just plain sucks. More about that later. My therapist has suggested finding a box and writing down each thought on a slip of paper, putting it in the box as a literal way of “putting the thought aside.” Then I would take one piece of paper out at a time to worry/think about for that particular period of time. So maybe I will try that. I could list each of my thoughts on here, too, but then this blog would be too long and it is already quite lengthy.


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One comment

  1. Becca · October 21, 2009

    >Brittany, have you ever considered going on a gluten-free diet? I went g-free about 4 months ago for various reasons, but have never felt so good, mentally and emotionally, since going gluten-free. More research is coming out that gluten effects you psychologically.

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