Can someone please explain why my brain feels the need to produce guilty-conscience-feelings for vacuuming so noisily during 5 minutes of DB’s TV programme (which he was dozing through anyway), whereas his is perfectly content to relax so lazily through my cleaning???
It’s not as if I mind him lying on the sofa, watching TV while I vacuum, he’s ill (again), and could use the down-time…it’s just my thought patterns I don’t understand.
If you have any ideas, please throw them my way!
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Oh, I totally GET that! Maybe try some positive self-talk? As in, “he is not angry with me for vacuuming during his show” type of thoughts?
The logical part if my head knows that, and to be honest, even if he was angry about it, it should be his problem, and not a reason for me to feel bad…
Trouble is, the logical part isn’t very influencial….