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sel
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do or not to do

Postby sel » Tue Mar 01, 2011 10:29 pm

sometimes i just dont know if keeping busy everyday is good, or resting and retreating, i just dont know, maybe sleep on this one, any suggestions.xxx

sel
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Re: do or not to do

Postby sel » Wed Mar 02, 2011 12:10 am

thank you for your comment i just wonder if i do too much then get anxious and stressed.xxx sel.xxx

velvet
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Re: do or not to do

Postby velvet » Wed Mar 02, 2011 12:50 am

I think it is good to keep yourself busy and active. I have been at that stage of giving up and doing nothing, staying in bed and getting really depressed.

I have to make myself go out everyday, whether it be for a walk somewhere or in to my town to have a coffee, anything. I really think this is the best thing as sitting around doing nothing only gives you time to think about your feelings making you worse, becoming more inactive and depressed.

Like totherescue21 said, making a weekly plan can really help as it gives you things to look forward to. I also think getting out helps as well, see life around you. I would say not to try and do to much at once though, it is also good to have relaxed days as well.

sel
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Re: do or not to do

Postby sel » Wed Mar 02, 2011 8:37 pm

wow everyone thank you for those great ideas, its so nice to get feedback thank you so much, sel.xxxx

sel
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Re: do or not to do

Postby sel » Thu Mar 03, 2011 1:20 pm

yes your right its all about balance, doing things plus resting, thank you,sel.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Re: do or not to do

Postby sel » Fri Mar 04, 2011 12:40 am

well i went to a salsa class tonight, took a valium to do it, it was good, was shaking after, think im very anxious


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