Sometimes we can make a problem worse by attempting to self diagnose a problem when there really isn't one. The problem in searching for the "problem" is that you can potentially create a bigger problem, out of the non existent problem you're searching for.
It's okay, to not be, okay.
Everything doesn't need an identifier. Every problem doesn't need a solution. Every question is not meant to be answered, just as every tear is not associated with pain.
Labeling a problem when there really isn't one, only becomes a problem when you allow yourself to believe that there is one. Try to stop looking for a reason to believe that you are angry, sick, confused or afraid. The simple truth is, sometimes, you're just not okay. Nothing more, nothing less. Sometimes you wake up and it seems everything has gone wrong. You don't know why you're short tempered, you don't know why you're wanting to cry and you don't know why you'd rather be alone. I'm here to tell you, that's okay.
Is this going to be the case for every emotion that arises? Absolutely not!
But, I can almost guarantee that this will be the case more often than not.
Often times the biggest problems are within our own minds. We're convinced that something has to be wrong with us when our days are "off" or our emotions are reaping havoc. When in truth, the only thing that's truly wrong, is our inability to tell ourselves that it's okay to not be okay.
In those moments when everything is in disarray and you're not really sure how to pinpoint or understand why your day isn't "going right", learn to stop searching for an answer and be still. Often times, being still is the only real answer we need.
When faced with emotional uncertainty, try to remember that it's just a moment, it won't last forever. As sure as the seasons will come and go, so will the emotions in our lives. Sometimes the only therapy we need is to allow our emotions the proper time and space to run its natural course.
"Seek in you shall find". When we start believing that something is wrong with us, rather then accepting that the body, emotionally, physically or mentally, is going through its own biological course -- we began to self medicate and make ourselves sick by pumping our bodies with foreign chemicals, or our minds, with lethal unwarranted beliefs. As a result, we make ourselves susceptible to our own self inflicted sicknesses, and that in itself becomes the minds deadliest disease. We become what we believe.
It's okay to not be okay.