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Re: How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby ArbreMonde » Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:55 am

& Rapid-switching all night while sleeping. Barely able to keep grounded today. The day will be... Interesting. Time feels elastic, too fast and too slow at the same time.

& Sending moral support your way, ciara. We know how difficult it is to focus on work when the brain does not want to. (autism / ADD stuff) It's tough. It's one of the reasons why we cannot work in an office. We admire people who manage to do the job in a timely manner.

oOo We are going to get through this. We merely need to prioritize properly.

oOo I really hope things will ease up for you, ciara et al. I hope the people you work with/for, will be understanding regarding health stuff. The chances are slim, but, like The Doctor says: I told you, you have one chance in a thousand. But one is all you ever need!

-- What's up now? Well, to wrap it up, good luck, rooting for you, you can do it, sending moral support your way, the forum will always have your back no matter what, and we too, are going to do this. Coz we're all the bests! We survived unspeakable stuff by developping DID, and we can keep surviving coz we're all working as teams inside of our heads and with each-others through the forum! DID solidarity yay!

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Re: How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby IainEtc » Tue Jan 12, 2021 3:30 pm

Hi,

This last week the wheels were totally coming off but we got to talk to our T yesterday and she kind of put us back together. This is SO freaking HARD! Once you're scared every-freaking-thing looks seriously scary! We're TOTALLY tired of this.

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Re: How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby Snaga » Tue Jan 12, 2021 3:33 pm

IainEtc wrote:Hi,

Once you're scared every-freaking-thing looks seriously scary!

Iain


Yes, yes it does.
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Re: How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby IainEtc » Tue Jan 12, 2021 3:35 pm

Hi Snaga,

Yeah! It's like you're looking at the news on TV and get scared. Then BLAM! now the freaking CAT looks scary.

Iain

And thanks so much for being such a cool moderator!
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Re: How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby birdsong87 » Tue Jan 12, 2021 5:28 pm

we are getting scared now. new regulations might make it impossible for us to take part in any kind of normal life soon. like, taking away the last tiny bits of normal life we've had over the last year. It is a LOT more scary than social distancing. whenever it looks like we are gaining a tiny bit of stability something happens that knocks us down again.
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Re: How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby Amythyst » Tue Jan 12, 2021 5:36 pm

sorry stuff is so hard & scary for everyone

i'm sure the kitty doesnt mean to be scary Iain
and kitty might be scared too

we feel the same birdsong87
go a bit forward, end up a bit backward

we waited all morning for a courier to come
then figured out we forgot to call them
and it was for a rush thing

got up at 4am and suddenly it was noon and where did all the time go

we hope everyone feels better & finds ways to cope

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Re: How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby TheGangsAllHere » Tue Jan 12, 2021 5:47 pm

birdsong, that sounds really ominous. Is it because of Covid?? Aren't people starting to get vaccinated over there?

Hi Iain-we deal with that by never watching the news. It's worked really well for the past 4 years. :D

ciara--I hope things are ok and that you got some things done.

We're in a really weird place right now. I have no clue what's going on in the therapy process. We had a big rupture that shook us up and made us question whether we can really continue to work with this T. He is what we've termed relentlessly optimistic that we'll find a way forward if we keep talking about it. I feel like we were on a ride with a track and now we've jumped the rails and are careening through the countryside, but maybe he knows what he's doing?? :? :?
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Re: How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby birdsong87 » Tue Jan 12, 2021 6:15 pm

the first state has made N95s mandatory for entering shops. we have a breathing condition that makes any kind of breathing difficult. we can't wear N95 masks. I think the reason for this are the corona mutations. It kind of makes sense but it limits our options considerably. vaccination is slow and only for high risk groups for a couple more months, probably no chance to get one before the end of summer.
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Re: How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby IainEtc » Wed Jan 13, 2021 12:16 am

Hi birdsong,

N95s are hard! We have one for emergencies and it's hard to breathe with it on. We hope you get ok real soon.

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Re: How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby birdsong87 » Sun Jan 17, 2021 1:08 am

really struggling with the depression
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