Posted by jujube on November 10, 2004, at 7:36:03
In reply to Feeling good but puzzled, posted by partlycloudy on November 10, 2004, at 6:09:18
Just my two cents, for what it's worth. I would try to accept the feeling of "normal" and not analyze it or spend too much time thinking about when or if it is going to end. Grab hold of it. I think so many of us spend so much time analyzing our emotions and living inside of our heads, that we stop being able to live in the moment. When we start letting go and just being, are emotions and thoughts are not controlling us as much, and we start to live again.
Good luck to you, and take care.
> For the last week or so, I haven't been thinking about drinking the entire time I'm awake. I'm able to concentrate on doing things around the house, planning my Thanksgiving menu, and feeling somewhat "normal". I don't know whether to trust this feeling or take it and run with it while it lasts. Is this a temporary improvement, just like we have temporary set backs? How do I know?