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    Oh hunni, I get it. I think that people without MH problems are struggling to motivate when it’s same sh!t, different day. You’ve only just started to feel better yet we’re still in this horrible place worldwide. And no clue as to when things are going to get better.

    But, the difference is you’ve had clues you’re getting better. And you’re a long way from where you were a few weeks ago. You did so well today getting up and all that self care. I’m proud of you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paula View Post
    Oh hunni, I get it. I think that people without MH problems are struggling to motivate when it’s same sh!t, different day. You’ve only just started to feel better yet we’re still in this horrible place worldwide. And no clue as to when things are going to get better.

    But, the difference is you’ve had clues you’re getting better. And you’re a long way from where you were a few weeks ago. You did so well today getting up and all that self care. I’m proud of you
    Thank you. Yes you're right, I have definitely made a step forward since a few weeks ago
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    I was wondering how things were as you've been much more quiet...
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    How are you hun?
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    Hi all. I'm plodding. Still a bit of a rollercoaster. Getting outside as much as possible, spending time with the family and just trying to stay on the right side of the line. I know I've improved but I feel like I'm still walking a bit of a fine line and could tumble back down very easily. I'm not exactly sure how I'm filling my days but they seem to be passing by steadily. I cant say I have used lockdown to be productive or learn a new skill but I'm surviving and for now that has to be enough.
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    That's more than enough.
    Are you talking to your medical team about how you are feeling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzi View Post
    That's more than enough.
    Are you talking to your medical team about how you are feeling?
    Yes I'm in regular contact with my cpn and psychologist.
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    Good!
    So what've you been up to today?
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    Today I did some laundry, went to the beach for a walk with my daughter and the dog. Came home, got lunch and we sat in the garden and sculptured with some air dry clay in the garden. I made a tortoise. Mostly we just had a go as neither of us had done it before. A was playing golf today. It was a beautiful day and my middle son bought us all an Indian for tea. This evening I've just been feet up. Tomorrow we have hired a digger and dumper for a week to try and get our patio built and some ground cleared. The outside of the house has been very neglected past few years since I got ill so it is good to actually start doing some work in it.
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    That sounds like a great day! Lots of self care in there too. It's fab you were able to sit with I and make things!
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