I wanted a place where we could get advice and support.
I have read this page posts, and Ben-o you are spot on with the sleep concept.
I also agree wwith SOLB that a pattern and routine is essential, but it has to be one that is flexable, to me thats important, and something I have learnt from the Dialetical Behaviour Therapy group I have been attending for the past year.
Also, SOLB its not a cop out by going to the gym in the car, when your ready to try cycleing to the gym again you will. Perhaps, cycling then getting off and walking then back on again may work.
Ben-o you are perfectly right about SOLB the person is so genuinely giving that they have allowed me to feel that I have have been posting for months here, not just a couple of days. Thank you.
I agree - use the car for now to make sure you get to the gym but work on the asthma as well to get used to what pace works and how to adjust pace on bad days
Hello again everyone and welcome, Sinbad *waves*
It's so good to have you back, SOLB and for this thread to be becoming livelier again. I have been doing really well too, but have crashed and burned this weekend, so am feeling very sorry for myself; sobbed in the car on the way to work, which I haven't done for months.
I'm hoping it will pass, but really I want to crawl home under my duvet and tell the world to sod off for a few days.
I have posted in the Can I give up booze forum the abuse that I have survived, this is a once only time I will do this extensively as I have in there. Could you please read it.
Wow didn't know abbout that by eck.
Im sure it will pass Frodo. Never give up hope.
We already give children amphetamines so giving ecstasy as well doesn't sound too far fetched.
Sadly By Eck I've never been given any clay, though I think I once got some gumballs. It's nice how well kids respond to someone being kind to them, it's a bit sad that we don't do that enough as adults.
Sorry things aren't so good Frodo.
Oh Frodo, I know that feeling. Sending hugs ((( )))
I saw the programme on ecstasy - the brain science was really interesting to me. I reckon I'd volunteer to be a guineau pig
Just wanted to pop back in this evening and give everyone a big (((hug))).
I have to be very selective about the things I keep now from kids, otherwise I could probably fill a room in my house with stuff after 15+ years in various forms of education. One of the best things I got at Christmas last year was a pack of marzipan - one child had remembered a lesson I had given about Tudor food months earlier, where I mentioned a personal weakness for eating packs of marzipan myself
(Even better that it was accompanied by a bottle of wine )
I would like to think that someone did read my post in other forum? If not I understand why.
Hope your all okay.
Sorry for the silence guys, had a rocky few days but more depression than psychosis so that's really positive in terms of continued recovery from the weirdy episode. Woke up today feeling much more positive
Hey Frodo, so nice to see you here again.
sinbad I'm really sorry darling I can't read it yet, not because I don't care but because I can't cope with anything too close to my own experience just yet. I'd very much like to have a look once I'm a little stronger. I think it's great that you've shared, and it was a nice idea to signpost the stuff you've written for those that are able to have a look to get some understanding.
I haven't directly discussed my history here, but I don't mind in the slightest if other people want to share here. I'll probably skip that post myself but never ever because I don't care or because I don't want to know. I know that a few of the others have provided brief histories, though I'm guessing it'd be an awful lot to trawl through to read them! I hope you don't feel excluded or like no one is listening, we are and if there's anything you don't understand or a silly in joke that's a bit confusing please, please say. No one will mind explaining.
I'm working on the OCD with relation to food still, it's going really well but wow it's hard. I hadn't realised how bad it's been for so long. In other OCD news I think I've conquered the 0.00 rule
weird double post
*grabs a hug as by 'eck passes by* you ok chick?
oh I wasn't aware of that
Joking apart I'm not which is rather worrying, if people who it affects aren't it doesn't say much for the campaign
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