Carol Anne asks

How are you doing today? Is your day going good or bad?

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.

22 thoughts on “Carol Anne asks”

  1. I got fully dressed and went to put air in my tire. Read some disturbing reality based stuff this a.m. that set off my fight flight freeze. I am plowing through.


  2. Today was a bad day. I went for a walk. Noticed I was walking slowly, and always looking down. I’ve felt like this before. Feels like depression. But there is reason for it so hopefully it goes away. It’s been a series of bad days. Maybe that’s why I went for a walk today. It’s not what I usually do. But it was good. It didn’t solve my problems, but it was nice to remove myself from conflict, just that little bit. I’ll try to do more of that. Hopefully not only on bad days. Life goes on, all around us. Our problems might not be as big as we feel them to be. Even if they are, no point in engaging in conflict.


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