If you get dizzy a lot, perhaps you have an inner ear disorder and a loss of equilibrium. Dr. Debb advises that you get it checked out at the doctor’s office.
Then there is the other equilibrium I would like to write about today, the kind that is balanced, or not, depending on what is happening in your life.
Case in point, today is the first day I went back to work since the wedding. I am still floating on a pink cloud, so to speak, and I am serenely happy. I do not have my equilibrium for my life back yet, as it was very hard to go to work today, and I am not quite into my new role in life yet. I feel happy but somewhat in-between my single life and my new married life.
Negative circumstances can also mess with your equilibrium, when you don’t really know what is coming next and your life is not going in a neat little pattern like always.
There is one truth about any kind of equilibrium:
balance will return, and a time limit cannot be put on assimilating new things into one’s life. Just enjoy the ride if you can. 🙂