FoxiBella

226d

this is my first post, not quite sure how this works but I'll give it a go because I just never feel heard or understood. I have so much going on atp I'm not sure where to start but I guess a good place would be this hopelessness I constantly feel.. just so empty or overwhelmed, there's no in between either I care too much or not at all. I have no real interests, no hobbies, no favorite anything.. music, movies or tv shows and am in a constant state of boredom.. I'm not living, just existing. I never was a crier but recently I cry for just about everything.. for good or bad things but mostly happy, for them.. then I get sad because I've never had moments like that and wish I knew what that happiness feels like.

I'm in constant pain and nobody seems to understand just how bad I hurt, because I have good and bad days I can't plan ahead for anything because from one day to the next is different.. some days I feel I can do anything, others it hurts too much to do much at all. I'm tired of all of this, I just want to live a normal life of a person my age.

Bipolar Disorder

Anxiety (Including GAD)

Spinal Stenosis

Disorder of Autonomic Nervous System

Chronic Generalized pain

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  • JustJessNess

    225d

    I basically just did/wrote the exact same thing! I see you and I feel you. Maybe we can help each other 🤗

    • FoxiBella

      225d

      we should definitely chat

  • FTW

    224d

    Normal is an illusion. Whats normal for the spider is chaos for the fly. We all have different ways to cope. The best way to try and reprogram your brain is to start practicing coping skills 10 minutes a day. You cannot just sit around and think all day. I know it can be difficult. Hiking is one of my go too coping skills. Some days I start a hike and I feeling good about it, other days I dont really want to hike, but I still force myself to go. I always end the hike in a great mood. Any kind of exercise will change your mood for the better, as long as you make it consistent and give yourself credit for the little things. Thats very important.

    • FTW

      224d

      Wow, sorry thats so long.

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