In my recent book, I recall a time when I was so burnt out and run down that my automatic garage door not working, was enough to send me over the edge. into a fit of tears.
I have heard other people say they have purposely hit other cars in road rage, cried spontaneously for no reason and kicked doors off hinges. Of course, these are the bigger cases of physical aggression.
Most people simply avoid going out socially as the thought of conversation feels fatiguing when you are burnt out.
Little things seem like a hurdle. Getting groceries or buying presents.
It can pop out in the form of yelling more at your children, micro-managing staff or feeling that everyone is letting you down at work.
The reason for this relates to a shorter fuse.
Your petrol tank is running on empty so it’s like someone strung a 20 kg. weight around you and said ‘do your job now carrying that heavy burden behind you’.
Your mind loses its strength and the knock on effect is that your heart is now carrying that extra grief and you fall into disharmony.