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Re: unable to get moving/feeling guilty » Tamar

Posted by fairywings on October 23, 2005, at 18:52:26

In reply to Re: unable to get moving/feeling guilty » fairywings, posted by Tamar on October 23, 2005, at 18:15:32

> Ah, that’s never fun. Having a messed-up hormonal cycle is the last thing you need right now! I’m guessing you don’t want to take the pill? A friend of mine takes something herbal to keep things in balance… I’ll ask her what it is…

No, don't want to take the pill, but now that you mention the herbal thing, I used to take 5 HTP and that helped. Would be interested in what your friend takes too. Anything that works.
I have to mention to p-doc though because it gets my meds all out of whack.

> Well, with all that to cope with I think you’re doing a really good job. I only have three kids and none of them have ADHD and they’re still hard work. So give yourself credit for being able to keep going. I’ll bet you never get enough sleep.

Thanks tamar, it's nice to know i'm not the only one who thinks it's a big job. My sleep is weird anyway, so i don't think the kids mess it up too much, at least not anymore. Although the toddler is sick so I can expect more sleep loss till he's better.

> Depression can cause problems in intimate relationships. You might feel very neglected or misunderstood. From everything you’ve said before he’ll be there for you as much as possible. He might be struggling to cope too…

Yes, he's great, he's such a good guy, I"m really blessed. AND he's a perpetual optimist, and that's so good for me.
> I’m starting to think we might be married to the same man! My husband never pays anything on time. I’m surprised we still have a house to live in…

LOL, hmmmm.....well if we're married to the same man, I'm already paying the bills, so don't worry about the house, we're fine.
> It’s not too cold yet where I am. But then, I don’t feel the cold. When I go out everyone’s in winter coats but I’m still in short sleeves. Must be the extra 50 pounds…

Oh, I have the extra too, I think it makes the cold stick to me! I hate big bulky winter coats, would rather have a long sleeved shirt, a hoodie, and then a lighter coat overtop.

> You take care of yourself.
Thanks tamar, you too! ; )




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