I hear you. I'm figuring out what works for me to get me through each day. I am even finding some peaceable, almost enjoyable moments. I'm not talking about my stuff as much. Thinking about it as little s possible. Life is functional enough for me this way.
Here's hoping that you find what...
This helps me a lot. I'm learning to just sit with the thoughts instead of fighting them. Sometimes after a while they pass on by.
I'm sorry that getting your family back is not an option. I've a few similar situations myself. Learning to live with this too. One day at a time.
Hi Jess. Glad to meet you. Sorry for what brings you here. Ah, life.
Hiya! You'll find a lot of great folks to chat with here. We've all been through it. Many, if not most, are still going through it on varying levels.
Yup. Been there...a couple times. I think I live just on the other...
It's ok. We're all dealing with something.
Why not change them?
That kind of stuff sucks! My dad destroyed my ego as a child. A lot of that damage stuck with me through the years.
That's a crappy way to feel. You are here though, good enough or not. What steps do you take to make the...
Hiya. I'm sad that you have corrosive self doubt. I think I have been there.
You are not as bad a person that you think that you are. 🤔 What basis are you foundating this thought on?
What connection does your belief about your self value have with having anything in your life? What is it...
It sucks to be wrongfully accused. It's next to being actually wronged. Sometimes I think it feels worse.
I think we all get accused of shit we haven't done or thought or felt or been.
I've been in your shoes and felt like, "what the hell?".
But I think it's just life. It's how some...
Is this you? Me too. I'm sorry life's like this for you.
We find a way to carry on. What's the alternative?
We learn to just enjoy each simple moment, each good moment...the time we spend with loved ones, our rare moments of piece. Life is still good after disaster strikes...
There are tests. You usually end up doing them 2 times a day to see what your cortisol is doing am n pm. If my zinc is low, my cortisol will go high in the morning, giving me an early and anxious start to my day. It's a little different for everyone.