I wanted a place where we could get advice and support.
can virtual solb have a piggy back?
Climb on board lovely
*hugs by eck*
I'm still feeling pretty positive, was tired out and pathetic this morning but I feel loads better for having been for a run.
I might have to confess it was more of a jog than a run, with minute miles even a sloth would be ashamed to own up to, but I managed 2 miles without having to stop which is the longest the asthma has shut up for. I feel pretty confident that I can get back to running properly if I persevere now No weirdy psychosis stuff at all today either
Good pacing then
My arm is still sore from Monday so I decided to leave it for now. Got counselling tomorrow so may not make it, but I did get to the shops today
It certainly doesn't - got two weeks until CMHT, feel like I'm marking time for now. Trying not to have too many nothing days
Thank you SOLB, you are truly wonderful
It's been a while since I've been well enough in the brain department to post in here, so I thought I'd give it a go today.
after a bit of a wobble with the anxiety attack last week I am being a good girl, taking the meds, stopped drinking, I have a lovely chap in my life and I'm waiting to see the counsellor. It has been a bit of a crap year so far...so I'm hoping it goes better from here on. Thank you to all of you who have been lovely and supportive. Means a lot to me. xxx
Hey duck Sounds like you have a plan for a happier end to the year pretty duck. I'm glad. *waves to lovely chap* hope he keeps you 'entertained' til the counsellor can help!
I've had a weird day, met a lovely friend for tea which is the first social thing I've done since the episode got a bit nasty. Was lovely to see her and she was wonderful as usual but the 'voices' were distracting me a bit and I felt a bit boring.
Having one of those days when you think everything you've said and done is shameful. I feel a bit grotesque. On the plus side I have done as much as I can to do the right thing, I'm so so glad I saw my lovely friend. OCD let me drink tea and stuff so that's really great. I went to the gym ... took me 90 minutes to be brave enough to get out of the car but I made it with some texted help. I'm so glad I did it. I know I'd feel more disgusting and hateful if I hadn't gone in.
I'm really glad it's bedtime though cos I feel pretty awful tonight...I have the CPN tomorrow, I don't want to go.
I'm glad you're CPN was lovely SOLB. Knitting is actually an therapeutic intervention. Well done on the running SOLB, I will go for a run tonight. I will, I'm not just saying it this time, I'm actually going to go. I promise.
Hello Mima, I'm glad you said hello. It's good that you're taking care of yourself a bit more.
How are you By Eck?
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