Help, I have RHS!

I have this annoying habit of bouncing my legs up and down when I’m sitting. Most times, I don’t even realize that I’m doing it until the person sitting next to me pops a Dramamine and politely Chuck Norris’ one of my legs to keep it steady.

Most days, that’s exactly how my heart feels. See, I have what is called, RHS or “Restless Heart Syndrome.”

Not a day goes by that I don’t think about what I could be doing, what I should be doing and wondering all the while what it is that I need to be doing.

I attempt to be extremely self-aware and self- analytical (even though sometimes I get a bit lax) and I’ve noted my unsettled heart’s thoughts, talked things through with close friends and my God. But still, I squirm and worm inside.

So, I’ve decided to share my restlessness with you I’ll try to keep my posts streamlined and topical, which isn’t my strong suit but is perhaps what is needed for me to focus and to shut my dear heart up for at least a few minutes each day.

I hope you’ll tag along with my heart and me as we try to see how this fidgety, jittery heart of mine plays itself out in the real world. You may even find that you too have symptoms of RHS and together, we just may find a cure.

The E-mandipedia states:

“Restless Heart Syndrome (RHS): is a condition that is characterized by an unsettled state of mind, heart or being. It causes uncomfortable and/or odd sensations that are many times unrelenting. It most commonly affects the heart, but also affects the soul and mind. The cure for this is currently being researched.”

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