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    Oh no!! Still, kudos on the weight loss
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    So glad you had a good nights sleep! That can make such a difference!
    I'm so sorry but I had to at that story!

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    There didnít seem much in the way of positives today, I guess Iím starting to realise how long the journey is going to be. However, earlier this evening I persuaded myself to drive to a nearby town where I sat in the sun and watched the river flow by for a few minutes. Today wasnít a total write off.

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    Well done for getting out, thatís a very positive achievement in my book
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    Sounds to me like you did amazingly!

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    I was in danger of another generally negative day but it was just redeemed by a quick chat. My parents were away when I had my meltdown and although they were due back today I didnít feel up to telling them about my problems so soon on their return. My brother kindly broached the subject and Iíve just had a really supportive phone call from my mum. Well into her 80ís with plenty of problems of her own and she still managed to make me feel a little better and look forward to tea and sympathy.

    At times like this families and friends are a great source of strength even if you have been too proud to ask for their help in the past. My advice? Donít try to do it all by yourself.

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    That's so brilliant that you have your brother who can help and your Mum is AWESOME!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    My advice? Donít try to do it all by yourself.
    Iíll second that! Mind you, I rarely listen to my own advice on that, stubborn as they come
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    Just realised thatís been my problem for too long. Regret is a bitter pill but it teaches a great deal - my worry is having the strength to deal with it. Sorry if that sounds negative but Iím finding things a little tough at the moment. Goodnight, hoping for a better day tomorrow.

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    Morning, how are you feeling today?
    It's so hard learning to ask for help, accepting that help and learning to pace yourself - 3 lessons I'm always messing up lol

    Hope today is much brighter for you.

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