I wanted a place where we could get advice and support.
wish i had lots of love
i'm just a poor boy, no body cares
Yeah, SOLB! Game face! Whoop whoop!
I was going to say "level up" but thought this a little geeky. SOLB, when you say feeling weird, what do you mean? Are you hungry? Tired? Heartburn? (I never know with myself so I have to check to know if it's an actual feeling or physical sensation) Good job on the run by the way, I should probably make it out tonight but I'm still a little achey from Sunday.
Hello GFB. I often think to myself that anxiety is the most natural of all emotions so people shouldn't feel bad about it. And panic attacks to happen to almost everyone, you need the wrong conditions. Personally I'm more a fan of chronic stress, though apparently it's quite bad for you. C'est la vie!
Well! you've had a flying visit from Mick (of micknphil fame) One of the signs of a good thread.
And if you don't believe it is a good thread, then just look at the interest and mutual support that this thread has stirred up.
And as requested:
Sympathy - - - - - - - > (((((SOLB)))))
I'm a geek and I know it.
I know plenty of people who work in health professions who have a history or current difficulties (disclosed or not). It's no surprise really, some people deal with their own distress by caring for others. Other people do it because they want to give back and genuinely help people in distress. And then there are psychiatrists.
I'm not very good at sympathy SOLB, so...best of luck, worst things happen at sea, it's always darkest before the dawn. *firm handshake*
How life with you these days?
hello friend - i'm ok you know
not done much over last 12 months due to benign prostate sickness - but i'm on the re build, and as you know, i have a huge advantage over most because of expereince
yes David i echo your remarks about this thread
it is a Super brilliant thread and SOLB should be congratulated for it
I know it's the wrong thread but thinking about your cold SoLB and your out of phase this afternoon.
When I was comming down with my cold I went to a core session. i couldn't balance and kept falling over. Most unlike me. I couldn't fathom what was wrong but knew my head felt a little fuzzy.
Roll forward a couple of weeks, back in England and i'm cycling to work, have one steep hill and I struggled to cycle up it. i could feel my heart rate was far to high and far too weak. This hill is my indicator of my fitness, If I can sprint up it I know I'm well.
So today you felt ill, you have a cold. There are some nasty colds going around at the moment. I hope that all you experienced was the sympyoms of your cold.
Anyway get better soon and look after yourself.
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