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How are you able to make it through the day? I know you’re supposed to take things “one day at a time” - but how is that done?

    • GabbyTheCeliac

      787d

      Hi! I totally understand this feeling (and i'm more then happy to talk more about it with you if you send me a message)! One thing that has started to help me is whenever im really feeling down i stop everything im doing and do somthing that i know i enjoy. For me I love cheese sticks so i'll eat that, go on a walk while listening to my favorite music (no matter how embarrassing thoes songs might be), sing really loud (if i'm home alone lol), have a dance party alone in front of my mirror or watch mr.beast on youtube (i absolutely love him). If i am really having a really really bad day sometimes i just need to take a cry break (which i allow) then i shower try and restart and then go back to whatever i was doing. I am sure that is pretty odvious just to take a break and do somthing you enjoy but it can look very diffenrt for different people. if you feel you like weird things it's fine we all do lol

    • lily234

      787d

      If one day at a time feels overwhelming you can do it in quarters - morning, afternoon, evening, night. Or even in hours. Think of each section as starting fresh and try to do something either productive or meaningful or enjoyable in each 💕

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