Let me warn you.
This will be a depressing article.
So why should you keep reading?
Because as a highly sensitive person, I’m almost 100% positive you have experienced this struggle too.
When I created this blog, I vowed to be honest about my experiences. Sugar-coating the truth would help no one. Especially myself. So here goes; I had to get my car inspected recently. It seemed fairly simply enough. Go to the DMV, wait in line, get the car inspected and leave. Sounds like it should be fairly easy and painless right? It wasn’t. At all.
First, I thought had to make sure everything in my car was alright before I got it inspected.
Turns out, I was wrong. Since my car was fairly new, that was a pointless thing to do.
Then I had to get to the DMV. This can be relaxing because I love listening to music while driving, so at least that is a positive point.
When I get to the DMV I had to take a ticket and wait in line. Again, my brain is telling me this is a fairly simple and painless process so far, so why am I already nervous and have knots in my stomach? I was having “pre-inspection” jitters. I was nervous about the outcome of the inspection even though I was repeatedly reassured by others that I had nothing to worry about.