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Old 01-16-2018, 04:27 PM #101
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Background: Had my back literally screwed back together in August..10 screws..Hugh success. So coming off pain medications. Not fun actually rather rough but Doc took me down low as possible. T is seeing me a couple times a week instead of once a month. Everything well organized..meds, supplements, list of symptoms expected daily, weekly etc. Alter who takes care of body present & accounted for. Then all hell broke lose..body pain uncovered earlier abuse memories, dissociated in T's office today, can't tell physical pain from emotional, affecting alters as well. Wondering if it's worth it. One little blue pill will stop it all. Really not into "benefit in the long run" T talked about.
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(((warm hug))) to you Cavaliers.

I hope you are in a better place now!
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we have a really bad stomach ache today.

never learn to slow down on the overeating, only ourselves to blame.

we hate it too. stomach aches feel horrid.

so why do we do it?
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It's 2am and I am wide awake. I have been having difficulty sleeping for about two months. I know that is not good. I have to try to not be on the computer at the end of the night and see if that works. I am not right and I need to talk to someone but I don't have anyone. I will try to find a therapist in my plan and someone from outside my neighborhood. I am not sure I will tell them my dx. They may figure it out as we go along and that would be fine. I want to start new in therapy.
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we're feeling good.

tomorrow is our body birthday, and as you know we don't celebrate that date- we prefer diffrent dates later in the year

still, we hope the good mood lasts and we get through it- as it's usually a difficult day
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I'm getting a tiny bit more comfortable with possibly thinking about considering that this might be 'real.'

I have therapy today, and I'm scared of going, because the last couple of weeks it's been like all hell broke loose in my head. But, over the weekend, I feel like everything pulled together - I feel normal (for me) today. I'm scared of what's going to happen when I go back to therapy and potentially hell breaks loose again.
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next person to say happy birthday to us.....

we swear they will regret it

it's not today, well technickly it is because it's when the body was born, but for the final time, we don't!, celebrate!, in!, january!

get a grip!
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I have stopped taking two coffees a day and I seem to be able to fall asleep sooner. So that is good. I am having big changes in my mood from day to day. Some days I am ok with my life but other days I am in a deep struggle to find the right path. I want to see my grandsons. My son is not talking to me. His ex wife can't go against my son's wishes. I feel like getting in my car and driving home and seeing my grandsons regardless of what anyone wants. But I am not sure that is good for my grandsons. WHAT DO I DO?????????????? I don't have anyone to ask for help. So these thoughts roll around in my brain over and over and over again. AAAAAHHHHHHHH. I just want to see my grandsons. why is that so difficult.
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Iím so tired of this.

The triggers that happen and I loose myself in my own devises.

People make bad choices and poor decisions. They are silent as they gather themselves up and try to come to terms with what they did.

All is well right now but Iím hanging on and holding my breathe waiting for it to happen again.

Does it end? Does it finally get too much to deal with?

I lost time last Friday and bad things happened. It was too much and I went away.

Itís taken very much for me to try and feel like myself again.

I donít know what to do with this.

Heís being good and making good choices for now.

Do I trust it and him?

I want to but I canít.

Iíve found an Alanon group close and Iím going next Thursday night. Itís a promise to myself.

I have to say this.

His is anger and mine is numbness.

Is there a difference besides the safety of it for me?

I think itís a good place for me to be next Thursday.
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Sometimes itís like the tide comes in, and the water covers over everything, and I sorta feel normal. Itís a numb kind of normal, but itís simple at least. Other times the tide goes out, and the swells churn around the rocks, and then everything under the water becomes visible, and Iím reminded that Iím very broken. At least itís more interesting and not numb. I canít say I prefer either one.
The tide is going out.
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