I recently wrote a post on a Facebook page, that I haven’t visited for a very long time!…
So, I used to come here a lot. A day wouldn’t go by without me posting!
So grateful to this page and every one involved for helping me through my tough times!
I had to cut out such a lot of social media because it is far to tiring for me. My fatigue is so hard to handle and social media is top of the list for making it worse!
Trouble is, I feel as though I’ve totally isolated myself because of it and by complete accident!
Going from someone who has such a lot of friends to someone that never hears from them is so hard!
This isn’t a pitty plea and I don’t even know if I should post this or not, but if I’m right, this is a safe space?
I feel so alone, in a world where there are so many people, I feel alone!
I have a beautiful wife, and carers that come every day to help me/us and I still feel alone.
I know how lucky I am, because I do see people. But if I didnt pay for them, how much contact would I have from people other than my wife who I love dearly!
Does anyone else feel like this?
Thursday treat after aquafit!
Proud that I come and do this on my own!
Seems silly that I stopped coming because the Leisure Centre moved! I had convinced myself that, because I don’t know Hinckley, I wouldn’t be able to find its new location & I’d get lost! Even though it’s not far at all from its previous location!
I had the offer to come with my ‘other mummy’ Crispie aka ChristineRobinson!
Again though, I let my anxiety win! This time, because the Centre was new, I wouldn’t know where things were & would get more tired!
These are the stories I would tell myself! That is of course, until I took control of my anxiety!
Since then, I’ve done so many things by myself that I was just to anxious to do before.
They may not seen much to some, but some of the things include something like, just sitting in a cafe on your own! – Always to anxious! Now, for the third time, I think I’ve got the hang of it!
Another major hurdle was 2 weeks ago, when I accepted how much easier it would be to use the disabled, (some may prefer ‘less-abled’) changing room, after the aquafit class.
Taking control of my anxiety,
Embracing the changes
And generally winning at life!