Thats all I need

I feel very weak. The feeling just came on me all of a sudden. My legs and arms feel weak, and I feel kind of queasy. I hope I’m not getting sick. I took some paracetamol, and I hope that will help. I’m sitting on my recliner resting. I have eaten lunch, so it can’t be down to lack of eating something.
My CPN Sarah phoned me. We had a nice chat. I gave her the good news that mom was home from the hospital. She was delighted to hear it. She told me that she’s off work next week, but that if I need support I can call her phone. Its diverted and either Alison or Kay, who are the other two community psychiatric nurses will pick up.
Its good to know the option of calling is there, should I need to. I probably won’t but I just don’t know.
Ok I think I’m going to close my eyes for half an hour and rest, maybe when I wake up I’ll feel better.

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.

8 thoughts on “Thats all I need”

  1. Huh, the weak feeling is definitely something I’m familiar with. Hopefully the sleep will help. I guess sometimes it can also be down to dehydration. It’s good you had a nice chat with Sarah, and that there is support in case you’d need it. 🙂

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      1. Oh no, that sucks! Usually when such a weak feeling happens to me, sleep really helps, unless of course it’s clearly caused by something else like hunger, but sometimes it’s like I’m too weak to even sleep, so perhaps that’s the case with you. Hope you can take it easy for the rest of the day.


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