I feel human again

So after breakfast and a shower I now feel human again.

I am still feeling overwhelmed but I am trying, and trying counts right?

I had a nice bowl of porridge with pears in it for breakfast. That warmed me up.

The weather is rainy here so that isn’t helping. I have to go out in it later this afternoon. I have to go to Iceland which is a store that sells frozen foods. I need to buy some slimming world meals. My sis is taking me.

So I need to somehow get to where I am ok enough to go. I can do this. I just have to push myself harder.

The shower felt nice too. I enjoyed it. I let the hot water pour down on me. That is so healing.

Now to tackle the inside chaos. Lots of kids crying, panicking, etc.

I just keep telling myself I can do this. I can and I will.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. 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.

20 thoughts on “I feel human again”

  1. You can do this, because you are stronger each time you try.
    A good start there to the morning. You have done some things that have fed your senses in a positive way, you have ate porridge with pears; taste.
    You have had a shower and felt the warmth of that shower.
    You are using positive affirmations to remind you are safe and that you can do this. Xx


  2. Trying definitely counts! Glad you’ve done a bit of self care, soothing with nice warm food and a shower, a great start to the day.
    safe ((((hugs)))) to anyone who needs one, especially any of the upset ones inside, I hope you all find something to make you smile today and to feel warm and safe xox


  3. If it’s just the kids in the system that are upset, maybe you can get some of the calmer insiders to help you out with them, so you can do what you need to do. xxx


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