How are you guys?

hi everyone
this morning i am dragging ass. I literally dragged myself out of bed. It was 4 AM when I finally lay down to try to sleep. I slept on and off, but not very much and not very deep. My phone kept waking me every time a notification came in. It talks you see and I never switched it off. I should really do that at night. When my alarm went off at 7 I pressed snooze and turned over for another half hour. It meant I was rushing around and I only had half an hour to get dressed and see to nitro. But I made it and now I’ve eaten breakfast and I am feeling much better.
How are you all today?
carol anne

Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

14 thoughts on “How are you guys?”

  1. Holy cow that’s a fast morning! Someone inside is causing nightmares about T and ironcally they only happen the night before appointments – so I’m a little cranky this morning lol it’s getting old lol


  2. Oh I’m sorry this night was so rough for you. Mine was too. I fell asleep half past four, had a lot of anxiety at night, but then luckily had the possibility to sleep as long as I wanted and slept well until twelve.


  3. With the full moon, and a box of chocolates and a good book, I stayed up really late too, like 1:30 am although I was up again at 3 but then I slept great until 11:30 in the morning. Oh well–I had no appointments downtown today, and am working from home, so that works out for me.


      1. Now my problem is drinking enough water. If I don’t, I’ll be deathly ill, and if the water is too cold or i don’t do it right, you know what happens with the choking and all. Really, these bodies are so great and so complex, and also a lot of work.


  4. Doing OK, other than an impacted wisdom tooth that the dentist can look at next Tuesday (a dentist at the practice looked at it yesterday and said that this was a job for a different dentist). Then it’ll be maybe another week to get the actual work scheduled. The good news is that the pain lets up for fairly long periods.


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