Do you ever have those moments where you stop and think, "If a psychologist had witnessed that- I would have just been diagnosed with five different disorders"? I had a few of those moments today. Clinicals did not go very well, and on the way home I just couldn’t get my mind off of the things that had happened and how angry I was. Sometimes when I get really upset, I stop thinking rationally. Other times, I can’t stop my mind from role-playing what I should have said, what I will say later, or what I am going to do to solve whatever problem I am having. Then there are days like today where I simply experience a few moments of pure insanity. I was driving along and was approaching a stale green light. Right before I got to the intersection, the light turned red. Unlike you Dallas drivers out there, I knew that this meant I needed to stop. So I pushed the brakes and came to a complete stop. I looked around and there were no cars anywhere. I sat there for a few minutes and still hadn’t seen another car. Why isn’t the light turning green? As I sat there waiting, I suddenly found the whole situation so hilarious that I could not control my laughter. Yeah, crazy woman, right? For some reason, I couldn’t stop thinking about the fact that I was out there all alone, no other humans in sight, and yet I could not make myself go across a white line drawn on the ground because someone made the rule that the road is imaginarily blocked when that little light is red. Not too funny, is it? I think I need a break….