My husband who has been very understanding of my moodiness and is there to calm me down and help me figure out what is really going on.
My friends who have offered to listen so that I can unload my brain, shuffle things around, and get everything organized in my head.
My therapist who has encouraged me to come to therapy once a week for the next 4 weeks to help deal with my anger, sadness, and general frustration. I told her it's going to be hard to tear down this wall that I've built up and that as I was telling her that, I could feel my brain going "NO! NO! Stop talking! Don't go there!"
Blogging. It helps me open up to you, my friends and family, and let you know how I'm doing without having to really "say" anything.
Terrible movies. I mean REALLY BAD movies. Last night I saw "Showgirls" with Elizabeth Berkley. UGH. I especially enjoyed the fake bras around the boobs. I couldn't even watch the last 10 minutes because I found the last 10 minutes a show I hadn't been watching much more interesting. And I don't feel like I missed out on anything.
The Actors Studio. On Tivo, I have saved the following episodes: The Simpsons, Robin Williams, and Alec Baldwin. Anytime I need a laugh, I just push play and almost instantly I'm laughing so hard that I'm crying.
New season of Project Runway starts November 14!! I'm so so excited!