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Old 03-11-2019, 07:40 AM #1
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I have lots of things to do today. I donít know how the **** Iím going to get out of bed. All I want to do is sleep and listen to music.
Update 10:37 am: I showered about an hour ago and practiced guitar. Now all I have to do is homework and meet with my teacher today. yay for small victories.
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That is wonderful sadveiledbride... I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers!

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Yesterday was a busy day for me. I had to take our doggie out for 2 walks (which is a real challenge at the moment due to the weather!) And I had to help clean house, help prepare dinner, etc.

One little thing I do, when I'm anticipating a difficult task or day, is I visualize myself doing something pleasurable I will be doing after my difficult task or day has been concluded. It might be something as simple as watching a TV program or sitting on the couch in front of the fireplace with my laptop replying to posts here on PC. I visualize myself doing that & feeling the satisfaction of having accomplished whatever difficult task(s) I had to do.

Then later in the day, when I have actually completed my difficult task(s) & I'm doing whatever pleasurable thing I thought about earlier in the day (or perhaps even the day before) I think back to how I thought about this before my difficult task or day began & I say to myself: "Wow, I thought about being here doing this before my difficult day began & now here I am!" Somehow this little trick always seems to help get me through.
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I'm really happy things are going a bit better, sadveiledbride! Hooray for small victories! They're the biggest ones! Take all the time you need. Just take it one step at the time. Take baby steps. I'm sure you'll be able to get through all of this. You're a strong, wonderful person, sadveiledbride. You deserve to get better and to feel good. You deserve to live a good, happy life just like everyone else does. I hope things will get better soon for you. You know we're always here for you if you need it. We'll listen to what you have to say and won't judge you. I promise you that. You can count on us for that. Please don't give up. Try to hang on. You can do this! You're strong, I know that. I believe in you. Stay strong, sadveiledbride. Stay safe and take care of yourself. You deserve it. You're awesome! You're strong! You're a warrior! Remember that we're here for you if you need it. Feel free to PM me anytime. Let me know if I can do something to help you. Wish you good luck! Let us know how it goes. I'm so sorry you have to deal with all of this, sadeveiledbride. You're a strong, wonderful person. I'm sure you'll be able to get through all of this. Please don't give up
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