Stop Asking Why I’m Crazy
Stop asking why I’m crazy and get a ‘you’re so stupid’ shirt. You see, the whole ‘why am I crazy question’ is just a projection of your own negativity onto the world around you. How many times have you said to yourself, “Why am I so angry with this person or this situation? All this is happening to me because I’m crazy!” You might even say this while picking up your kids or walking in the park; it doesn’t matter what you say, the message gets sent.
Stop projecting negativity onto the world around you first. If that didn’t make sense to you yet, try thinking of all the things that you hate about the people closest to you and try to force yourself to change them. For instance, maybe you don’t like their hair or their clothes or their pets. Maybe you don’t like how they talk or their kids names. Stop these thoughts from getting engraved into your mind by wearing a T-shirt that says, “Why am I Crazy?”
You will notice immediately that the negative comments on the T-shirt begin to diminish. More people in the park will comment on your shirt and eventually, it won’t seem so bad anymore. Imagine how much better things will be when you don’t have to question yourself anymore about why are you so mad at this person or that thing. When your subconscious mind realizes that those comments aren’t true, it will send out a signal that says, “Great! We fixed that darned problem!”