Yesterday, I met with a very interesting person who, interestingly enough, feels uninteresting. Feeling uninteresting causes this person to avoid interacting with other people, for fear of being seen and judged as not interesting.
It’s interesting to me how many interesting people suffer from these kinds of fears. I, as an interested psychotherapist, am very interested in helping people reduce the interestingly common cognitive distortion of labeling themselves
- unlovable, and
- other harsh, judgmental, painful and interestingly destructive adjectives.
Therefore, I gave this interesting person two interesting prescriptions yesterday, of different strengths:
As with all my interesting prescriptions, there is an interestingly low risk of
- side effects, or
Here are some other interesting photos I took during my interesting yesterday.
Which photo did you find most interesting? I was most interested in the last one. I was so interested in it, I had the interesting plan of giving this interesting post today the interesting title of “No Title.”
Well, as interesting Scottish poet Robert Burns
The best-laid schemes o’ mice an’ men
Gang aft agley
I find it interesting how my iPhone — on which I write these interesting posts — recognized the interesting word “agley.” My phone is more interesting than I realized.
Interested in what interesting music I might choose for this interesting post?
Here‘s the interesting tune that was playing in my interestingly yellow Honda Fit when I took that last interesting photo:
I also think it’s interesting how Weird Al Yankovic parodied “Zoot Suit Riot” by the interestingly named Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, as follows:
That interestingly reminds me that I should probably go on a grapefruit diet before my high school reunion, which is sure to be interesting, next month.
As always, I am interested in what you find damn interesting about this post.
Interesting and interested thanks to all the interesting people who helped me create this interesting post and to you — interestingly enough — for being interested enough to read it.