Growing up as a child, I barely got anxious about things that don't matter to most people at all. Now as a 21, almost 22-year-old adult, I most certainly do. You saw a lot some of my pointless journals that involved me obsessing over the small things in animated television shows such as South Park and The Simpsons, right? With South Park, I constantly obsessed over the fact that Kyle Broflovski wasn't in every episode and how he sat out more episodes than Stan Marsh or Eric Cartman did. But I know that I CAN'T control the fact that Kyle will sometimes be absent in episodes. I really regret writing all these pointless journals about South Park episodes and then complaining about Kyle not being in some of them. That was a very immature and a foolish thing of me to do. Now, with The Simpsons, it's much different. Unlike South Park, I know that none of the characters besides Homer, Marge, Bart, and Lisa will be in every episode. But I don't complain about it because I pretty much like all the characters in the series, with a few exceptions. However, when I heard that Harry Shearer was leaving the show, I started obsessing over that. I literally kept worrying myself sick. I kept on wondering if any of The Simpsons staff members would kill off or retire some of the characters that Harry Shearer formally voiced. And I know for a fact that most people wouldn't be worrying about the kind of things that I would. I am aware of that. Most people wouldn't go around worrying and complaining about their favorite character or characters sitting out an episode or two. And also, most people wouldn't worry what would happen if a key voice actor from a long-running television series finally decided to quit for various reasons. I will tell you right now that I am taking a medication called Luvox, which helps with anxiety. I am taking about 150 mg of it. However, I am still having rapid mood swings and problems with anxiety, regardless. If I wasn't on the medication right now, I guarantee you that I would be worrying a whole lot more than I am right now. So you all get my point, right? I have a problem and a tendency to obsess and focus on certain things and subjects that don't matter to most people. And I am trying to work on not doing that kind of stuff. So, now do you all understand why I posted all those journals about those particular things on here? Listen, I really am trying to work on not obsessing over the small things too much. So, what do you all think? Did I make a good point? If so, please write a comment. I would like to hear your honest feedback, please. Kelsey out.