An Actual Play

Hey there, folks. I'm having a bit of a rough night, so I thought I'd give this game a playthrough. You can see the tweeted version of this actual play on my twitter; When you're feeling sad, roll 1d6.

Here's the roll that I made.

"On a 5-6, it's okay to need time to process things. Grab a journal, or even just a piece of paper, and write down what you're feeling. Be honest; nobody needs to see this but you. Read it, and re-read it, then put it away. You will heal in time."

I have a little journal at my desk that I use for taking notes during D&D. That'll work just fine.

I wrote down what I'm feeling. This part of the actual play is a little bit less interesting, because I'm not going to share it here, but I promise you that I was honest with myself. :) I read what I wrote, and then I read it again.

It's okay to have these thoughts and feelings, and it's okay to be sad about them. Doesn't mean that I'm a bad person, and it doesn't mean they're gonna last forever. It was nice to address them head-on, instead of letting them stew or trying to ignore them. 

That was actually kind of nice. I don't feel "better", per sé, but that wasn't the point. I feel valid, and I feel okay. And that's a nice feeling. 

With that, it's time to get some sleep. G'night, all.


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