Just realized recently just how fkd up my head still is, i’m either still off my head on the drugs they have been giving me or my head is completely bongo’d and i really want to change that, like before i always hated being fkd up on drugs but now its like i can see the full impact and i really want to get over this. its just my mind is still a bit messed up, i think i’ve been doing ok trying to straighten out a lot of the knots though, we all got to do what works best for us,
apart from meds what helps is knowing someone is always there for me to speak to and give me strength and hope, its like i’m never alone, someone is walking with me, a friend, a companion who knows everything thats happened to me and empathizes fully with me and sympathizes with me, knows whats right from wrong, knows what to do, what i need. Idk if you have ever had a friend like that but it really helps.
I have a lot of good friends and meds work pretty well for me. I have my moments with symptoms still but I function pretty well on the lowest dose that is possible.
Saying that. Exercise really does help me now at near 50 years of age. I wish I was more gung ho about it when I was 30 and newly diagnosed…Yes friendship is good and I agree totally but add some exercise to your day to help your body and mind.
that s good
that is the awesomeness of life
I wish i could come over to Australia and play some Cricket, that sounds amazing @roguetwo
best thing i did was go for a walk last night, it was the best thing i had done for over a week, i just wish i wasnt so out of it,
Try to walk regular. It really can help. My biggest problem is motivation so I have a list of what I want to achieve everyday. I try to do that early so I can slack off and do other things…It helps having something to work towards for sure but fitness really can help your mind on the meds too.
fitness is good, sports… maybe not so much the winning but the taking part,
the walk i had really did cheer me up,
I wouldn’t say that fitness was the answer to all of my problems but it certainly helps,
Only thing is i have to be in the right mood to go for a walk (a good state of mind)
Mood never comes or not come consistently thats why schedules and habits come into play. Follow along with schedules without waiting for mood to come. Look at everything in nature, public transport system, seasons, day and night etc all have a schedule and we too need to have schedules and goals to get going.
Prayer and quality time with my husband and coffee. Simple pleasures in life. Being content and accepting my sza. Reading. Finding things I’m grateful for.
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