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Treloarbabe
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Re: fault trig

Postby Treloarbabe » Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:18 am

It's ok love! Nothing is your fault, nothing at all! You do sound very vulnerable though, so can you please get some help?

I'm always here for you!

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isolated
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Re: fault trig

Postby isolated » Mon Aug 29, 2011 12:11 pm

hugs rj!! how are you feeling today? sorry things are so tough at the minute but nothing is your fault, please dont compare yourself to others, nobody is "normal" everyone is different and that makes everyone unique. xxxx
If you can't handle me at my worst, then you don't deserve me at my best.

pixie.
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Re: fault trig

Postby pixie. » Mon Aug 29, 2011 3:35 pm

Hi RJ ,
Hope you are ok today.
I have found myself ruminating late at night with the 'what if's and buts etc of life.I got myself into a right state just last week with it all and spent a week in a respite center as I could not cope anymore. The worst times of the day for me are , first thing in the morning, and when I go to bed.
Try somehow to distract yourself to relax your mood. Depending how I feel something as simple as going for a walk or for me, having a bath before I get into bed works, as it relaxes you. Don't drink to many brews as i have found it keeps you awake , well it does me anyway. I usually try to find something relaxing to watch on telly before i sleep, some prefer reading as a way to relax. You may have tried alsorts but we are here to support each other.

Pixie xx
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