everything that is going wrong, as things go in a person’s life, annoys me awfully.
something feels basically wrong with my life and i can neither fingerpoint it or understand what’s happening.
i h ave nobody’s shoulder to cry on over it either.
as usual, things are just “tough for me.”
i get to see my therapist next week and i can hardly wait. she makes me feel better always. judy
There’s good days and bad days, the bad days pass.
Do you drink coffee? If you don’t, disregard what I say but usually a cup of coffee cheers me up
How was your holiday Judy?
I hope things get better for you soon.
Maybe you could buy some flowers for yourself? That always cheers me up.? I wish your life wasn’t so hard. I thought you and your mother were doing a lot better since you realized she loved you? baby steps, baby.
thank you to all of you for your kind replies.
everything feels topsy turvy. i must be very insecure.
i’ve been considering some major life changes but am hampered by my sz to go ahead with what i wish i could handle.
this feeling disabled makes me upset and nervous.
i wish i could cry it out.
thanks for “listening.” judy
Feeling miserable sucks. I’ve been going to weekly support groups, a N.A.M.I. class each Wednesday, I get together with some of my peers for coffee and general visiting frequently, I’ve started some yard-art projects, I force myself to get out of the apartment and not to isolate as much. I try to stay as busy as possible. I’m by myself so I’m learning to make dinners with ingredients from the store. I was putting so many things off it became ridiculous. Writing postcards and letters helps. Not much television. I read. Visit my little granddaughter. If I focus on other things besides myself, I seem to feel better, even though I suffer with major depression also. The days can drag or fly by. I’m 60 years old now and when I look back, the past went along unbelievably fast. Got things I want and need to do before I croak so I’m trying. Do things you enjoy, force yourself and you’ll be glad you did.
Hey Judy, sorry you were feeling down, hope today is better for you.
A big hug
Sleep is a good friend to have some days…
Maybe you could go hang with the homeless volunteer at a cancer ward or swim for MS
Look for a support group they are great you get to share with other people and can make great friends