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    What things can you do that lift your mood to see if that helps?
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    I know exactly how you feel, I thought getting out and about and doing things would make me feel better, and in a way it does, I still get home and want to curl up into a ball and cry though, I'm hoping these tablets I'm on will start helping soon. I hope you're feeling better today, you're doing amazingly well even if it doesn't always feel like it

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    I'm still really struggling today. I've been walking, doing laundry, doing crafty stuff and trying all the usual stuff. See the home treatment team tomorrow so aim at the moment is to try and stay safe til then.

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    When are you seeing the HT team? (Is that like the crisis team?) How are you today?
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    How are you doing, lovely?
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    Hi Paula and Suzi. Saw the team today and talked thru a lot of stuff. They are like an intensive team who can see you at home or clinic every day if needs be and be in contact by phone up until 8pm. They are a big support when you are feeling vulnerable. I slept better last night which helped mood slightly. Still very low but feeling a bit safer. Thank you both for checking up on me. I've no one else that does that. It means so much. My hubby is taking me away for a couple of nights tomorrow to try a change of air and a more relaxing atmosphere to see if helps thru next couple of days.

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    I’m glad you got some sleep . Where’s hubby taking you?
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    OO where are you going?
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    I hope you have a wonderful relaxing time, enjoy

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    Thanks all. We are in a hotel in South Ireland. Small town. Just chilling and I'm working hard at relaxing!!

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