Looking after my mental wellbeing

I am feeling unstable at the moment, very much so, so in order to look after me, and my mental wellbeing, I will do some stuff to try to break out of the func I am currently in!
The first thing I will do is write a post answering laura of laura venturini’s weekly song challenge! Thanks for tagging me Laura!
After that, I will go make a cup of tea, because I am not able to sleep, and hot tea soothes me. And it soothes my alters, so tea it is!
Then, I might have a snuggle with nitro, if I can get him to wake up! He always makes me feel better. I am sure he wont object if I want to pet him and snuggle him! He loves pets and scratches!
After that, I think I’ll read a chapter or two of my book. Maybe have a shower, maybe put on some nice smelling lotion, I have my lovely rose scented one, that always reminds me of my therapist eileen, who I miss a lot right now!
I will be ok! I am not giving up or giving in to the darkness or dark emotions and thoughts!I can beat them! I got this! I can do it!
I am strong! I am courageous! I am a fighter!

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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.

16 thoughts on “Looking after my mental wellbeing”

  1. They are all good things to do and I hope they helped. I like the smell of rose. I think it’s a relaxing smell and you can’t go wrong with a cuddle from Nitro and a mug of tea. I find tea helpful too. X

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      1. I hope so one day too, when I can afford. I am still thinking a hamster. But if I happen to move where closer to a vets, maybe a cat.

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      2. They are. I have only once owned a hamster, she was a Syrian hamster. I picked a Syrian because they have to be in a cage on their own as an adult. I named her Bubbles. She was a lot of fun.

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