Imaginary Glitter Explosion Therapy

This is what imaginary carnage looks like.

Sometimes, and usually completely out of the blue, life will start to suck. Bad things will happen and you will feel like your entire life is ruined and that nothing will ever make you smile or laugh again. That’s when I turn to imaginary glitter explosion therapy.

I picture the person/thing that is causing all of my pain (sometimes it’s me) and then I imagine that person exploding into glitter and then I imagine dancing in their glitter guts. And it always makes me feel better. I should probably be clear that when I picture people exploding into glitter, they aren’t dying, they’re just transfiguring into glitter because who can stay mad at glitter? This also works like a wonder for large concepts like “work” and “money”, who needs a job and steady salary when you get to spend all day dancing in glitter? As you can tell, imaginary glitter explosions the bomb. Pun intended.

The only problem with imaginary glitter explosions is I can’t tell if this is a good type of therapy or if it’s something I should talk to a therapist about.

46 thoughts on “Imaginary Glitter Explosion Therapy

  1. I like this concept…a lot! I’m sure your therapist would approve. I mean come on, I’ve had therapist ask me to beat sofa cushions with a rubber bat. Dancing on glitter sounds much more fun and therapeutic.

  2. I’ll try it and let you know πŸ™‚
    Also if life was only sunshine, lollipops etc…it wouldn’t be that fun no would it? The glitter industry would surely collapse.

    Hope you’re better after the G therapy. Yes that’s what I’m calling it from now on πŸ˜€

  3. Next time my cat chews up one of my expensive VS bras, I am going to picture her exploding into glitter. In fact, I might imagine it right now, just for the hell of it!

  4. lovethewayyoulied says:

    Imagining a veritable ticker tape parade of exploding glitter confetti! Thanks (once again!) for turning my frown upside down, GotC! πŸ™‚

  5. caityrosey says:

    I don’t think I could help also imagining having to clean up the glitter afterward. I must need a different fantasy πŸ˜‰

  6. asking a therapist – bad idea…they’ll have you “talking about your feelings about glitter” for months ! Oh, how bout imagining the person being gauged by a unicorn, or carried away by faeries !

  7. I think you should take it one step farther and start charging people to teach them how THEY can perfect glitter therapy. Then pretty soon you won’t even need it anymore because you’ll be dancing in money instead! (You’re welcome. Just send 10% my way and we’ll call it even.)

  8. Sounds like good therapy to me. This made me happy, and you’re right, no one can stay mad at glitter. Except maybe the movie Glitter.

  9. “Harry was left to ponder in silence the depths to which girls would sink to get revenge.” -Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. πŸ˜›

  10. Excellent, I must try this! I think a therapist may steal your idea and pass it off as their own…but then I guess you could blow them to bits? πŸ˜‰

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