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I know how you feel

Posted by Angela2 on October 22, 2005, at 21:49:04

In reply to unable to get moving/feeling guilty, posted by fairywings on October 22, 2005, at 19:32:36

I can relate to a lot of what you are saying. I am not a parent or a wife but I understand that part too.

Maybe you are being too hard on your self about"fixing" all your problems that feel like they're weighing down on you right now. Maybe you caould start with small things. Like do one thing that mkaes you happy today. Or promise yourself you will workout for TODAY. You don't have to mkae a lifetime commitment.

The thing with the kids is a common problem. I think my parents feel a lot like you do. Don't feel guilty about telling them the activities they want to do are too expensive. They will learn the value of a dollar and maybe get jobs of their own if they really want to do expensive stuff (tho I don't know how old your kids are...)

I think that it would be a good thing to get a job. It's scary, but maybe you could find something not so scary? Why don't you have a job, btw?

You say you just stay in all day and are ruining your friendships. Do you want to be friends with these people? Do you feel like you click? If so maybe you could call one or 2 people you like and set a date to get some coffee.




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