I wanted a place where we could get advice and support.
i do know that running is an excellant control for mentall illness
its not a cure, i dont beleive there is a cure for it
my problems started after complications during my wife giving birth to our Phillip, it left my wife ill and Phil severely starved of oxygen and it changed my whole life from that day
if it were not for my running continueing, as ive always been a runner - i dont know were id be
i'll talk tomorrow, i'm tired now
bless all of u
Like SOLB said, that's powerful Mick and very honest. I haven't got the brain power right now for a decent reply, basically what SOLB. When life gives you shit, go running.
I've got about 8 or 9 hours to get everything done and I'm reading some of my work and thinking that I don't understand it. And I just don't know if I can think properly to fix it, I'm just too tired but that won't change.
Time for more pepsi and a cookie, that'll make everything better.
Thanks SOLB. I've had people proof-read but I still don't think it makes sense. I need to focus on passing and not perfection.
I think it's best I power through, I'm not a napper. When I sleep, I'm out. Well, the stress doesn't completely end till June and depending on marks it might carry on for a while longer. Joy.
I think it's my version of when life gives you lemons, make lemonade (which makes no sense!).
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