A few weeks ago, I walked into a Costco determined to buy a couple groceries. I was alone, and I usually go grocery shopping with my wife.
Once I was inside and pushing a cart around, I began to remember why. Once I was out, my cart was completely empty and I walked away with nothing (except for that $2.69 pizza and drink).
All my life, I’ve struggled with decision-making. In fact, it’s probably one of my biggest struggles. I’ve come up with a phrase for it (and I’ve never heard anyone use it before), which is “chronic indecisiveness.” That’s the thing I experience when I’m at the grocery store frantically looking at my options and having a hard time choosing what I’d like to take or need to take.Read more on themighty.com