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lolany

707d

Sometimes on my better days, I still feel off or weird, BECAUSE I feel somewhat okay. I can only assume it’s bc I feel not good most of the time so maybe that’s what i’ve gotten more used to? It’s not that i’m missing symptoms or wanting them to be there, but I question where they’re at. Just wondering if anyone else feels this way. (I’m referring mostly to anxiety, depression, ptsd, grief, chronic illness.)

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    • Meesie

      707d

      I have those days! My decent days I question why I feel good today, but not yesterday. I think it’s totally normal. Especially when dealing with anxiety, panic, ptsd..

    • PeterZ

      707d

      Omg yes! I feel that so hard !!

    • Avril_Blackrose

      707d

      It makes sense. We get so used to what is 'our normal' that when we actually are "normal" it definitely feels off because that's not what we're used to.

    • Oddball_Philosopher

      707d

      I feel the same way sometimes, especially when I start feeling more alleviated than I’m used to. But then again, I’ve been used to having depression ever since 2020. So I can relate.

    • CraZinventor

      707d

      I have that sometimes too.

    • Meesie

      707d

      I have those days! My decent days I question why I feel good today, but not yesterday. I think it’s totally normal. Especially when dealing with anxiety, panic, ptsd..

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