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Re: unable to get moving/feeling guilty ClearSkies

Posted by fairywings on October 24, 2005, at 17:46:09

In reply to Re: unable to get moving/feeling guilty fairywings, posted by ClearSkies on October 24, 2005, at 14:22:42

> I start to feel so guilty when the wall hits me and suddenly I'm incapable of the most basic activities... so I try not to promise too much at the moment, not to myself or the world. Taking things slowly seems to help me (and it's a theme I'm carrying around at the moment).

Hi clear,

Sorry you're going through this too. It really s*cks doesn't it? The feelings of guilt are as bad as not being able to move. It's a viscious cycle for me.

> Everything happens at the right time, or something like that. So the laundry I couldn't do, the meal I couldn't prepare, the bathroom I couldn't clean... will be OK for a little while without me.

It seems that some days I get a lot done, and then there are days on end where I'm paralyzed just thinking about what i "should" be doing. I haven't gotten to the point where I feel things will wait, but my husband says the stuff that "needs" to get done gets done.
>
> When that happens, I know it is time for me to stop. Meditate. Relax. Make a list - though even that sounds too hard right now. Maybe read, if I can retain any information. Keep it easy and uncomplicated.

That sounds wonderful, want to go with me someplace warm where we can do nothing together? Or sit in the sun by a pool and read? I'm so cold here, it's in my bones.
fw


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