That is a great realisation which is more difficult to achieve than you may believe. Give yourself a pat on the back!I CAN feel better than worse!
Got to be better than not trying and I've heard others say it worked for them.Perhaps I just need to accept my need to still go through the motions and life even if I won't be able to 'feel' anything, in the hope that things will get better.
Definitely! It all sounds great and I love the new balanced approach. You being you I half expected to hear you had decided to climb Everest, swim the Tiber and visit the International Space Station tooThat's most certainly enough to be getting on with for now.
That sounds fantastic! It does make sense but getting through the door the first time is the hardest so maybe, perhaps, possibly, drag yourself there once whatever state you are in. Maybe get your mum to drag you to the car and shove you through the door before driving away.Mind run a group twice a week and most people are under 26 (good for young me! ) I've had an assessment there twice but have missed it TWICE because I've had a bad day with the depression. I want to just go to The Mind Centre when I'm in a good mood rather than having to go for a set time, does that make sense? I've also been able to arrange transport to get there so it's achievable now.
I am keeping busy and staying connected with others. I just don't 'feel' it.
You are absolutely right. I am always berating and punishing myself, I'm trying to follow your example with this and the pacing and realistic goals. As for the well meaning misery with the hospital fixation, you'll be right, yeah? Especially if you keep taking your brain food and stop KitKat smuggling I think you are doing amazingly well.But I'm also trying not to punish myself for the times when I don't go through with my plans. It's okay to change our minds sometimes.
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