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Re: Feelings Gabbix2

Posted by alexandra_k on September 2, 2005, at 5:23:03

In reply to Re: Feelings alexandra_k, posted by Gabbix2 on September 1, 2005, at 19:24:29

> And I'd agree, it's like trying to convince yourself that doing the vacuuming and waiting in line at the bank or a movie you hate is really something you find thrilling.

Yeah. There are limits to the power of thought.

> my first and most severe depressive crash came when I was a dedicated member of a gym, and also taking kickboxing.

Hmm. When you got the crash did you suddenly stop exercising?

> I know, but when one is feeling bad already sometimes something teeny like the comment I made, or an ignored post can feel more personal than it should, I don't mind explaining. Of course your feelings may be your own ; ) But I don't mind trying to protect them when I can.

Yeah. When I'm feeling bad I tend to take things personally too... But I think (I think) I'm pretty good at noticing that I am taking it overly personal. That doesn't get rid of the feeling completely but it can help make it more manageable. And talking about it and getting some reassurance can help even more so.

> I hope you know that my babblemails to anyone feeling awful come with no obligation to respond, that would be only adding more stress, and that's just not nice. Of course none of my babblemails do, but particularly ones sent at those times.

Thank you.
I just didn't know what to say.
Except that thanks.
It is always nice to get Babblemails :-)
I just don't know what to say sometimes...
But acknowledgement is good. I hear you there.





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