Like Maya Lewis (also known as Mama Pope, the mother of Olivia Pope on the hit TV show Scandal), you really want to gather an audience and express your frustration, unfiltered, over being there for everyone all the time.
But unlike Mama Pope, you're not starring on an award-winning television show. You're not going to get an award if you go on a rant. No one is going to write articles saying that your words were refreshing.
Instead, you fear that if you lash out with a frustration-filled monologue, you'll harm your relationships, lose out on future opportunities, miss out on important information, and be excluded from the groups you care about.
Or, maybe you're worried about confronting the shame over your past mistakes, the embarrassment that you really don't know what you're doing, or the fear that if you express how you truly feel, you'll end up alone.
The burden of this inner chaos is heavy. What can you do to end it?