Feeling a little under the weather

I feel a little under the weather today. I had therapy this morning. That was hard.

We processed a memory using EMDR.

I felt drained afterwards. I came home and fell asleep for an hour.

When I woke up my stomach was feeling queasy.

I decided that I wouldn’t eat much at all today.

So when Trish came I just had some toast and a mug of tea.

Not to be graphic, but I had bowel issues also.

I was having diarrhea very bad.

I kept having to run to the bathroom, so yeah, not pleasant.

I am not going to eat anything else for the rest of the evening.

I think that is the safest thing.

I am just going to read and watch tv for the rest of the evening.

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.

6 thoughts on “Feeling a little under the weather”

  1. I hope you feel better. Yes best to let things settle before you eat. Saltine crackers really help me when I feel that way. Only a few, but at least you are kinda eating. You don’t want to get low blood sugar like I did a few days ago. That was awful. I was severely confused.

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      1. No you don’t. It’s awful. For me it happened when I was out and I couldn’t drive home cuz I was so confused and had blurry vision. I almost thought my parents were going to come pick me up in the truck. But once I had a candy bar, took about 30 minutes but it got better.

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