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Catastrophizing 101

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There is just so much to worry about these days, that these existential ones must be put to the wayside. However, I still love to harken back and revisit my old worrying grounds. The good old days, with those amorphous, intangible worries; not the current ones that sidle up to you and whisper ‘hello sailor’.

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I am a Sansei, with two teens, and a hamster. This blog is a repository for ideas and observations, expressed in cartoon form, by and large. A bit of a journal too. Feel free to follow me on INSTAGRAM @ WILTOONS, (the Twitter for people who like to go out) where I post a journal comic. Thanks for dropping by! The pic is of me and my boy Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits. (not really a fan but he wanted his pic with me) © Wilton Sugiyama and Wiltoons, 2009 to 2020. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Wilton Sugiyama and Wiltoons with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. So there.

6 thoughts on “Catastrophizing 101

  1. This was brilliant start to finish … both the words and the drawings!

    And you’re quite right. I find myself worrying about the strangest and dumbest things, all of which are beyond my power to control or prepare for in any way. I has made me seriously ponder taking up drinking as a hobby.

    1. Thank you for your kind comment and observations. There is no end of things to worry about. The trick, I think, is to distract your brain with shiny and glittery things.

    1. Candice, remember that I am but a vessel put here to remind you of these catastrophes to come. We can still remain friends.

  2. Yes, Anne. I have come to realize that certain things, depending on your age, and how impressionable you are, are better left unsaid. I read a lot of non-fiction ‘fact-y’ books when I was but a sprout, whilst my classmates read Judy Blume and Tom Swift stories (both of which I devoured later too). Without an adult to put things into perspective, well, you draw your own conclusions!

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