Author Topic: 12-24 months support group  (Read 5640 times)

[Buddie]

Re: 12-24 months support group
« Reply #180 on: September 17, 2021, 10:45:07 am »
She was a nasty nasty woman, I'm glad she's gone. Finally trying forget my family,just wish I would recover bit quicker, am realising need to try avoid anymore stress makes such difference to your recovery. Hope your are doing OK [...].

[...] I know you probably donít feel this way - but you are healing - your writing, your language is changing.  You are raking steps towards being healed - I know it doesnít look like you thought it would or the way it should - but reading your lists now - there is more hope Iím then. Your brain is indeed healing xxx
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[Buddie]

Re: 12-24 months support group
« Reply #181 on: September 17, 2021, 04:02:44 pm »
Yes just improvement so slow doesn't really feel like it. Feel much better sorted things with my son. Am managing to do more my Pilates classes started up again after 18 months managing get to y
those.  I do think the supplements are helping just need improve bit quicker!
[...] our mothers were both nasty people, you sound like a really good person sure you will never meet up with your mother again don't worry xx
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[Buddie]

Re: 12-24 months support group
« Reply #182 on: September 19, 2021, 06:10:30 pm »
Hello everyone! Sorry about my absence I needed to take some me time with these waves crashing on me several times a day and night. Iím thinking of you still. [...], [...] Garden [...] Bess Deanna and whoever I missed know that Iíve been wondering how yíall are doing. Whatís new? Whatís better? Whatís worse? Whatís positive? Etc.
MeÖ Iím walking outside a little in between my waves. Just riding them out as they come. Sit on my patio when I can and waiting on my complete healing. I wake each day with hope that today will be the day to be completely healed. That day is coming closer with each wave. Waves are shorter and less intense. Windows are better quality. Iím watching Netflix series Reign. Pretty good distraction! I havenít been back riding in the car again yet. Waves started coming closer together. Lol sounds like labor!!! But Iím hoping to start trying to drive in about another week or so. Just waiting on things to settle back down. Tomorrow Iím 15 months! Wooohoooo!!!
Love yíall
Got to go my New Orleans Saints are playing!
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[Buddie]

Re: 12-24 months support group
« Reply #183 on: September 19, 2021, 07:05:50 pm »
Well hello [...].  Thanks for checking in.  Sounds like you are doing a tiny bit better.  This is taking a really long time isnt it.  We are healing.  Shorter, less intense waves are a good sign indeed.

Im doing so-so.  Thought I would be done by now but here I am still in wave after wave.  Mine too are a bit better and I can take naps now which helps a lot!

I found Ted Lasso on apple tv and loving it.  Just finished white lotus, 9 strangers and lucifer.  I have not yet checked out reign.

I didnt realize you were from Louisiana.  My whole entire family lives there - except me.  I am the black sheep California-boy lol. 

Go Saints!
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[Buddie]

Re: 12-24 months support group
« Reply #184 on: September 19, 2021, 10:51:36 pm »
My BIL and one sister who I love very much live in Shreveport.
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[Buddie]

Re: 12-24 months support group
« Reply #185 on: September 22, 2021, 12:22:45 pm »
Hello EVERYONE!!!

Sorry it has been a while since I've been around.  I took a break from BB not for any reason of being triggered or anything but I wanted to see if I could break my newest favorite "habit" and I am happy to report that while I've kept busy I still thought about ALL of you, my dearest BB friends!  I've missed you!

As summer is officially over I've been busying myself with freshening up my home for the upcoming cooler weather.  Hopefully it comes soon as the humidity here in Richmond is really getting to me.  My brother's family came to visit over Labor Day WE and I did OK with all the increased activity and socialization.  That led me to just get on with life.  I was in a nice improved "baseline" during which I felt mostly well although I still had symptoms (tinnitus, occasional insomnia, wandering nerve pain, etc) which now seem to be a whisper of what they once were.  Well after about 3 weeks of this blissful "betterness" I started to feel unwell again probably due to overdoing things physically.  I tried to do some exercise Sunday and by Monday night I was feeling the ramifications.  Alas, more time is needed.  The intolerance to physical activity is so limiting.

Congrats [...] on 15 months!! I'm right behind you as always...
[...] and [...] - I hope you are doing better - I'll read around to see how everyone is doing  :smitten:



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[Buddie]

Re: 12-24 months support group
« Reply #186 on: September 24, 2021, 12:13:54 pm »
Hope you are all doing OK. Still plodding on. Feel exhausted all the time at the moment, just hoping it's the emotional stress over last 6 months or so  making me feel knackered. I did briefly try Bach flower remedy for few days but seemed make intrusive thoughts even worse. Guess you never know until you try these things. Weather lovely here at moment making most of it while it lasts. Energy prices here set to go through roof, and shortage of haulage drivers making people panic buy petrol so all bit gloom & doom. Just wish I was well enough go away for few days, hopefully next year😄
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[Buddie]

Re: 12-24 months support group
« Reply #187 on: September 24, 2021, 12:56:02 pm »
Well hello [...].  Thanks for checking in.  Sounds like you are doing a tiny bit better.  This is taking a really long time isnt it.  We are healing.  Shorter, less intense waves are a good sign indeed.

Im doing so-so.  Thought I would be done by now but here I am still in wave after wave.  Mine too are a bit better and I can take naps now which helps a lot!

I found Ted Lasso on apple tv and loving it.  Just finished white lotus, 9 strangers and lucifer.  I have not yet checked out reign.

I didnt realize you were from Louisiana.  My whole entire family lives there - except me.  I am the black sheep California-boy lol. 

Go Saints!
Hey there! Yes I thought Iíd be over this by now as well. Itís crazy how long this takes. I donít know of any other medication that does this to people! But I keep taking one day at a time. Good to hear that yours are improving too. Iíve heard about fellow BBs waking up completely healed. Wow Iíd love for that to happenÖ.ummmmm tomorrow would be nice  :laugh:
Yes Iím from Louisiana. How long have you lived in CA? How often do you go home to visit?
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[Buddie]

Re: 12-24 months support group
« Reply #188 on: September 24, 2021, 12:57:33 pm »
My BIL and one sister who I love very much live in Shreveport.
Shreveport is nice. Thereís a great boardwalk there with shops and restaurants etc. Do you ever go visit them?
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[Buddie]

Re: 12-24 months support group
« Reply #189 on: September 24, 2021, 01:06:03 pm »
Hello EVERYONE!!!

Sorry it has been a while since I've been around.  I took a break from BB not for any reason of being triggered or anything but I wanted to see if I could break my newest favorite "habit" and I am happy to report that while I've kept busy I still thought about ALL of you, my dearest BB friends!  I've missed you!

As summer is officially over I've been busying myself with freshening up my home for the upcoming cooler weather.  Hopefully it comes soon as the humidity here in Richmond is really getting to me.  My brother's family came to visit over Labor Day WE and I did OK with all the increased activity and socialization.  That led me to just get on with life.  I was in a nice improved "baseline" during which I felt mostly well although I still had symptoms (tinnitus, occasional insomnia, wandering nerve pain, etc) which now seem to be a whisper of what they once were.  Well after about 3 weeks of this blissful "betterness" I started to feel unwell again probably due to overdoing things physically.  I tried to do some exercise Sunday and by Monday night I was feeling the ramifications.  Alas, more time is needed.  The intolerance to physical activity is so limiting.

Congrats [...] on 15 months!! I'm right behind you as always...
[...] and [...] - I hope you are doing better - I'll read around to see how everyone is doing  :smitten:
Wonderful to hear from you! Iím relieved to hear that youíre ok. Iím the same as you if I press the issue to just live normal doing normal things then I pay for it with intense waves. Right now itís simple short walks that rev me up. Absolutely ridiculous! Not jogging or even walking fast at all. Crazy! Thanks for the congrats. Iím cheering you on. I also was breaking my habit of being on here too much too long. So every couple of days Iíll be absent from here. To focus on doing things again. I also [...] and think of yíall everyday. Love yíall very much.
Early congrats on your milestone Deanna! Youíre awesome! Keep trailing right behind me not looking back.
Iím loving this cooler weather. Fall is my favorite season. Itís not too hot not too cold and beautiful leaves falling like colored rain. Iím doing all I can to walk more so I can enjoy it! Damn you waves and exercise intolerance!!!  :laugh:
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