My graph usually moves up slowly like a flight of stairs, but ones in a while it spikes up. The spike usually means that a happy event happened or a goal has been met. The graph continues in a stairs-like pattern and sometimes there is a fallback in going up, a dip. A small or major disruption to progress of goals, happiness... It is just life's turmoil. Then there is a new factor that appears as an outlier?
The dips of waterfall slide lines have been my sad moments and struggles. Some are steeper than others, but I always fell and stood up no matter how difficult the situation may be. Even when others say: "It won't happen", "You will fail again" or "That is unbelievable that you failed". It didn't stop me from doing what I needed to do to pick myself up.
The worst struggle is to convince yourself, that it will be alright and you just don't believe yourself and still push yourself forward because you know you are stronger than the ridiculous unrealistic depressing thoughts. The second worse feeling is the chronic headache, which usually says: "Hi, you are alive and you might be close to death?! Oh, wait! I will go to sleep later and bug you during another moment of your life. So don't worry, I am the usual headache attack not an endless non stoppable pain."
The stairs-like graph depicts me growing up, learning more and more, accomplishing something and going forward. Some would call this line boring, but learning new things usually brights up my day. You can learn things from your surroundings, observing others, reading a book/an article, watch television et cetera.
The spikes in the graph represents a celebration of a goal, another happy occassion.
- Primary school to High school to University to a full-time Job and a lifetime of studying
- Making music with my flute, alone, in a quartet or orchestra
- Travelling to different places, an adventure
- Meeting certain people for the first time and/or meeting them again and again
The outlier is a dot from the line graph, that is an anomaly something you didn't expect usually it can't be used to explain your findings and can't be drawn into your line graph. It floats above it and under it. When I draw a line from the outlier dots it forms a diagonally line up and sometimes turns into an aortic pressure graph which in my graph is a small murmur of a strange dip.
The diagonally line shows a growing happiness and the strange dip an argument of some sorts that actually helps the graph sometimes go up a bit steeper. I am still waiting for that line to turn into a flat-line, a constant, but to be honest I think that is impossible. The cause of these dots are due to "Petite" Okami.