(Closed) I may be crazy.

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 5
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2009 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Aww.  Don’t be so hard on yourself. You’ve changed so many aspects of your life of course you feel sort of out of place!!

Can you exercise in water? It takes so much pressure off, it might work.  I’m not terribly familiar with your diagnosis, please don’t think I’m being insensitive.

If you’re used to running around a hospital, busy, your house no matter the size will feel small.

What can you comfortably do to get out more without taxing yourself!? Book club, meetup group for people going through some of the same things? Movies? Date night? 

Post # 6
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9917 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

Exercising in water is a great idea!  I bet your hair looks awesome, too…I am jealous that you got yours done.  What can you do, exercise-wise?  Not that that’s the most important thing, but it will get you out of the house!  Can your doctor give you some ideas?  Maybe your meds need to be adjusted…or you need to look at your diet…  Is it in the plans to move somewhere different?

Also…congrats on your recent marriage.  =)

Post # 7
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475 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

You’re not crazy, you’re just trying to cope with a lot of stuff right now – any normal person would be very overwhelmed!

Men always feel like they need to fix things. That’s just.. men. It sounds like he can be a great support for you though – don’t hold back out of fear that he might think you’re off your rocker, because you’re not, and if he loves you, he will know you’re not. Try to trust that if he thinks you’re crazy, he’ll tell you. 

I would suggest taking up a new hobby or maybe find a place to volunteer that wouldn’t require you to move around too much. You sound like you have a lot to offer the world – you just have to do some rebuilding and be patient with yourself!

*hug*

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