By Laura Plumb
You go through your life thinking you know the rules. You get good grades, you play the game, you make a living, you may even make a very good living, you look the part.
The world is full of happy people. They think you are happy, too. But you are not. Something is wrong, and it grates. You can’t figure it out, which makes it worse. You try to talk to someone about it. They tell you that your life is great, you have so much, you should be happy. You feel even worse.
You try Yoga. It makes you cry. You pour yourself a glass of wine. It tastes sour and doesn’t offer the solace of yesteryear. In fact, nothing seems to work. You sigh. You ask your best friend. You lie awake at night.
It gets worse. You begin to feel cold in your marrow. Your teeth taste like tin. At last you cry out, “What is Happening to Me?”