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Re: I feel so alone- no T for 10 days

Posted by JoniS on January 29, 2008, at 7:55:34

In reply to Re: I feel so alone- no T for 10 days rskontos, posted by LlurpsieNoodle on January 28, 2008, at 17:18:09

Hi Lurpsie

Well, you have gotten a lot of good input from all these experienced babblers, havent you? I would read back through them again and emphasize the positive.

Your struggle sounds so familiar to me. I hate it when I get the weepys. But the sorrow is there. Here's what I do. On the weepy days I usually pamper myself. - Yes, even take a nap sometimes. I am sure that you can use it considering I've gotten babblemails from you aroung 1-2 am. Honestly, what helps (even though we dont want to do it) Is taking care of ourselves. Do soemthing you enjoy. Soemthing that refreshes you, that even may make you feel like a kid again. Keep your mind busy on what you like to do, or what you feel a sense of accomplishment doing. Make specific efforts to not think about your t. I exercise daily, it helps a lot. I used to hate it, but now I enjoy it most days, because I feel like I accomplished something - big - over came the dread, sweat, push, and theres the endorphine benefits. - It's real.

I am an introvert so I generally enjoy the time when my h is away. I like that I dont feel the pressure of making sure he is OK. I can do pretty much whatever I want.

I know how you feel, believe me. If nothing else, look on the bright side. you have 1 week to wait, not 9. Want to trade places with me?
(I'm not discounting your feelings, just trying to bring a little humor in) I'm surviving - most days.

Take care of Llurpsie.

((((((Llurpsie)))))))

Joni


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