You hold on to the thin pieces of steel.
You grip ever so tightly, that imprints are left in the palm of your hands.
You are not alone. There are others along side of you. You don’t consider yourself a gang. But looking at the imprints of your hands, you might as well be.
You contemplate and agonize, but your feelings of uncomfortableness never cause you to take action.
You live in a state of regret, constantly watching.
You inwardly despise people when you see others that are doing what you are supposed to be doing. But actually you’re hating on yourself.
You and your spouse are tired of your one more “brand new idea” for the 50th time this year.
You are not the biggest loser, because you haven’t attempted anything.
You are a fence hugger.
That’s right. Someone that clings to shoulda, coulda, woulda! (did I spell that right?)
- Fence huggers are obsessed with the paralysis of analysis.
- Fence huggers never try anything, except sayings like “I’m gonna.”
- Fence huggers are too afraid to take step one.
- Fence huggers blame everyone else for their problems.
- Fence huggers are often consumed with anxiety about being stuck like chuck. 🙂 That’s not funny 🙁 It’s sad.
- Fence huggers are ________ (you fill in the blank).
- Fence huggers read a post like this and don’t leave a comment.
Are you a fence hugger?