feeling accomplished

I feel very proud. Despite being depressed, I managed to do 20 mins on the treadmill. That’s good going for me. I couldn’t manage more than that, but I am proud of what I did manage. I feel great having exercised a little bit. I feel like it really helped me. I am planning on going on the treadmill twice tomorrow, for 15 minutes each time, once in the morning, and once in the evening. I hope I can stick to it. The plan is to try anyway. Right now I still feel very down. I am also really tired but I pushed myself even though I feel exhausted. I did manage to nap a little after therapy today so that’s good. I am taking sleep where I can get it. I don’t know whether I should take a Haldol tonight or not. I need to be up early tomorrow as my relief pa is coming at 9 AM. If I take the Haldol I am nervous it will make me groggy in the morning so maybe I shouldn’t take it and just put up with little to no sleep again tonight. What do you think? Would you take it? Do you think I should?

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.

28 thoughts on “feeling accomplished”

    1. I messed up replying, oops haha. I meant that it’s really hot here and I can’t walk outside and have no treadmill. But I am proud of your accomplishment!

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      1. This is a new one. I rather not say because I had someone stalking my blog before and I don’t want them to find this one.

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      2. That’s okay, no worries, I understand completely. I’m just glad you’re back following me again you can email me to any time just go to my contact page and send me an email if you want to XXX

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      3. West coast of the United States. Also, what happened to the blogger Sirena, Girl In Therapy? I used to follow her and now I can’t find her blog

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      4. I’m wondering the same thing, I haven’t seen a post from her in ages, maybe a few months so I don’t know, the last one I saw was a couple of months ago not sure where she is I think she made another blog for non-therapy things but I’m not sure about her therapy blog

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  1. I don’t knnow how it is with you, but I’d probably take Haldol, and just go to sleep possibly early, so that I would wake up early enough and wouldn’t be groggy by the time PA comes. For me if I have a sleepless night, I often become somewhat groggy in the morning anyway, so that’s what I would do, but your brain may work differently, and I hope that in any case you slept well and aren’t groggy today. And I hope you’ll soon feel better re depression.

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