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Old 05-01-2006, 11:49 AM
 
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I'm never going to be "normal" or "healthy," am I? I'm just so sick and tired of my life right now, of being in pain, of having no money. It just doesn't seem worth it anymore.

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Ruth, Please get some support today. That sounds kind of scary. I know it must be super hard to be so worried about health and finances and things like that, and to be in pain. Have they given you any idea as to how they can treat the cyst? Can you take anything for the pain? If you need to PM me or email me, I will be home most of the morning. I can give you my number too if you want to talk to a live person.

Mightymoo, , I get a lot of upper back pain too. I think it is common if you sit at the computer, knit, nurse, sling, carry a baby, etc. I find that advil and those Thermacare heating pads work wonders. If you can get to a chiro, that might help as well. Hope you feel better.
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Ok, Ruthla, it's time for some tough talk. I hope you can take it.

I'm not going to lie to you, or sugar coat things. I'm 47 years old, been married twice, have 5 kids. My mother is a sweetheart, 83 yo, and she said justs this same thing to me the other day.

Life is hard.

I don't mean that to be condesending. It helps me sometimes to remember that it's hard for everyone.

It doesn't get easier. Some parts are good and some are bad. Sometimes you hurt. Sometimes you ache. Other times you are able to offer solace and support to someone else who is hurting.

It doesn't really get harder either. You understand, the older you get, just what you need to do to exist, to make it liveable for you. If you're smart or lucky, you learn how to make it decently pleasant.


Health issues can make you think poorly. COnstant pain makes it impossible to feel better. But you CAN. You ARE stronger than this.







Still have doubts? Kids sleeping? Go look at their sweet little faces. Be honest with yourself. You think your life is hard? What's it like for a kid whose mother decides life is too hard? I'm assuming that if it's too hard, if it's not worth it, you're considering suicide? So, you think your kids would be better off somewhere else?


My parents were foster parents for 30 years to 40 kids. I never met a sinlge kid who didn't wish they were home with their parents, no matter the circumstances. Kids want their mothers. Your kids want you. THey need you.

I know how tough it is to feel what I'm saying through the fog, but freaking listen to me! The day you decided to carry those babies to teerm, you PROMISED them something. You promised to BE THERE, to do you best.

You need help to fulfill that promise. That's fine. Call that therapist, line up help. But remember that you need to do this for your kids. Without you, their lives will be immeasurably harder.


Wanna whine and b*tch? Feel free to PM me any time. (Or do it here.) But renew that promise to stick it out for your kids. I'm in your corner.
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Red,you are like a breath of fresh air.
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I'm feeling a lot better today. I got my period this morning! This means that I'm 100% positive that I'm not pg, plus it explains part of my hormonal bitchiness the last few days. Plus I'm taking naproxin now- I'm not sure what this will do to my liver, but I know menstrual cramps only last a day or two and my liver can handle that much. Last night I took the oxycontin my GYN prescribed for the cyst pain- my oh my did that feel good!!! My whole body stopped hurting for a few hours, and I got some good sleep! It didn't 100% get rid of the cyst pain, but it took the edge off, and the rest of my all-over achiness was gone for a few hours!

Red- it's good to know that things aren't going to get any worse.

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Yeah Ruthla!!!
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I'm glad to hear you are feeling better Ruthla!

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If only I WAS feeling better. I'm just feeling so down again. As much as I didn't want to be pg right now, I'm still dissapointed that I'm not. Then I got chewed out in PM for expressing that sense of sadness, claiming I was being "insensitive" to another member who recently suffered a miscarriage. I'm being insensitive by saying that I share her pain?

I'm just feeling so lost, so empty right now.

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Ruthla, I hope I didn't offend you with my post.

I understand that mixed sense of relief and loss. I hate being hormonal, I feel out of control. Evening Priimrose Oil, like 1500mg a day, helps me to feel less manic when my hormones rage.
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This morning I left a message with my therapist- hopefully I'll start regular therapy again soon. Also left my lawyer 2 messages (voice mail and email) to try and get this divorce started already. Still need to call my PCP and talk to her about my liver.

Red- what's frustrating for me is that I AM taking EPO- I've been taking 1 (1300 mg) capsule daily- today I took an extra one, but it's frustrating that I'm already doing what I'm supposed to as far as supplements and meds are concerned, but I still get hormonal and depressed and out of control.

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Ruthla, Control is so important to me. Without it, I'm lost.

Tell me three of your favorite things. Thre of mine are a hot cup of tea, collecting/selling my chickens eggs, and one of those fancy cakes, chocolate cake with fudgey frosting and curls of chocolate on top. A side of caramel would be okay,. too!


So, three of YOUR favorites.
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Can I join?

I've been doing really well the last year or so, feeling fairly stable and more or less like a competent human being for the first time in my adult life.

Life's been crazy the past 5 months, and I think it's starting to catch up with me.

It's just been a difficult week. Nothing worse than usual, all the same old shit, but it all hurts much more today than, say, two weeks ago.

I moved at the beginning of the year, and can I just say I miss my therapist? And my acupuncturist. And just at the moment, I REALLY miss my massage therapist.

I will breathe through this pain. I will breathe into this pain, and bring it new life and new hope and destroy the darkness that is trying to claw its way back into my heart and my life.

Right?
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Arwyn, I moved in october, it has been hard. I'm closer to family now but no friends. It will get better - just think of all the opportunities to discover cool new things you have! The funny thing is I spent the first 4 years living on the west coast, missing the east coast, now I'm on the east coast missing the west.

My recent "victory" is that I realized that I need to take a shower every morning. I've been neglecting myself, it seems to hard to shower and get dressed with the toddler and the baby and I don't go anywhere anyway, etc. I realized it was just dragging me down - I've resolved that every morning, I will get up and take a shower, even if it means doing it while the kids fight on the other side of the curtain! I definitely feel better all day long for it.

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I'm very glad we've moved (back to Portland! ) as being stuck in the middle of nowhere, Indiana was not helping my mental health. But my life is majorly in flux - we still don't have our stuff out here! and it's MAY! we moved in JANUARY! - but what I really miss in moving is moving away from my support system I had set up. I was doing weekly therapy with a groovycool guy, and alternating weeks of acupuncture and massage therapy. I really was in a place, even with everything going on in my life, where I was OK without all that (although never will I not miss massages ), but when the darkness starts creeping back, I have no support system set up to help me. That scares me.

I totally hear you on the showers - one of the things I love about the new place is the masterbath - it's super tiny, but there's something about having a shower stall basically in the bedroom that really helps remind me to shower everyday. And that totally is part of my health plan!

Speaking of, I just took one, and I'm already feeling just a smidge better.
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Arwyn, can you join? Aren't you a member of the club???

If you follow this thread and the one before it, there were LOTS of good ideas for helping to turn things around before they got tough. I can think of a few off-hand, and maybe some of the others will throw aout a few.

Time for yourself, as mightymoo mentioned about showering, is a biggie. A favorite ritual, a cup of coffee, or tea, a snack or a long walk. Lots of exercise, again, walking, cause you can do it with the kids.

Sorry, but I can't remember how many kdis you have. Can you go to the gym, a museum, a coffee shop? Or are you more at the blowing bubbles at hte park, and flying kites stage?Visit the library and get a big pile of books and videos. Dance, do a video work out, move.

If you're new ot the area, how about exploring? Ask everyone what neat thigns there are to do and see. Talke long drives.

Sing. Loudly. Esp in the car where no one can see you.


And start looking for a new massage place, a new accupuncturist. Make it an adventure! What new thing can you discover to day?


I hope you feel better soon!
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ugh ugh ugh. Every time I start feeling a little bit better, it feels like I get a ton of bricks dumped on top of me. It feels like I'm already doing everything I can for myself- and it just isn't enough.

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Ah yes, but which club?

Ruth. I know the feeling. No words of wisdom, just lots of sympathy.

I'm bipolar, so when I start getting anxiety and depression I tend to attempt self-medication through inducing mania - staying up too late, going out too much, playing too much, etc. Which is, y'know, not exactly good either. What I've found helps me best is to put one foot in front of the other. Just do the next best thing.

Which isn't always easy, but what is?

I'm doing better - I had been feeling on the verge of a panic attack, now I'm one step away from being on the verge of a panic attack, which is a definite improvement.

Lessee, one good thing... I'm an aunt! My very first niece is one week and one day old today. Nieces are good.

Anyone else have a good thing to share? Like having the awesomest kids in the world? (btw, I have none yet, Red) Or getting out of bed this morning? Those are good things.
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Um, 3 good things?

I have a new air conditioner in my bedroom- XH came by today, bought it for me on the way over, and installed it. He's still 3.5m behind on child support payments, but he bought the A/C on a credit card- he couldn't have given me the cash today regardless.

I'm wearing a "new" blouse today- it's actually about 15 years old, and I've had it for over 10 years, but I haven't worn it in over a year because it was missing some buttons- I sewed the buttons on this morning and now I have a "new" shirt!

I have food in myt house, and plenty of food stamps so I can buy more.

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I was looking for a place to post my excitement about this, and then I thought this thread would be a good place. We are going to have little baby robins! Right outside our house is a big Rodedendron (or however its spelled) and I noticed the other day there was a nest in the middle of it. I peeked in and there are 4 bright blue robins eggs there. I showed them to DD and she is really excited to see the baby robins. Last night we came home late and I peered into the bush and I could even see Mommy Robin sleeping there. I think we ended up waking her up though

It looks like Robins hatch in about 2 weeks, not sure how old the eggs are, so we'll keep an eye out, but I've never gotten to observe something like that before up close and I know DD is excited about it. She said to me this morning 'Mommy! I can hear the baby birds singing!'. It is just so uplifting.

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That is so cool! I love getting to watch baby birds grow up.

Ruth - I just realized I never responded to your last post. Those are three really good things. Where abouts do you live? I'm in Oregon, and we haven't really needed AC yet, although we might next week.

I want to go swimming. Went to the zoo with a supercool toddler and her mom this week, and we watched the otters and the sea lions, and I am now dying to get in the water. I miss my parents' pool. Le sigh.

In good news, I survived my ASL midterm, which was one of the things freaking me out. Not that it really matters, 'cause when I'm feeling anxious, I can worry about anything but still. I can say "I survived" which is always nice. I even think I did pretty well, although it was harder than I thought.

How's everyone else doing?
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I'm doing OK. I'm on Long Island and the weather's been unpredictable- cold and rainy the last few days but before that it was really hot, and anyway I breathe (and sleep) better in the air conditioning because of my seasonal allergies.

I just started a new way of eating yesterday- my copy of Eat Fat Lose Fat finally arrived and I'm mostly following the plan in the book- no processed grains, lots of saturated fats, any grains or beans I eat are soaked before cooking. What I'm not doing is having all the coconut oil before meals as recomended- it made me sick to my stomach, but I am cooking with coconut oil and using coconut milk in breakfast smoothies. So far I'm feeling more energetic and more satisfied (so less snacking between meals) so we'll see what happens in the long term. I'm hoping I'll finally lose those extra 50 lbs I've been toting around!

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Hey all! How is every one doing?


I've been OK, except for a few meltdowns. I have decided to supplement the meds with therapy and have an appointment for Wednesday. I'm very nervous. I've been to therapy so many times through my life and have always felt that I never really accomplished much. Right now, I am just feeling like the meds aren't enough. I'm afraid of rehashing everything again and having it all churn up again.
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Therapy is such a crapshoot - I got really really lucky (not entirely luck - I had someone who knew practically every therapist in Indiana and Ohio get to know me then give me a really solid recommendation. of course, that was just luck, too! ) with my very first therapist, so I always think more positively of therapy than someone who's been burned. I did get so much out of my 3+ years of therapy that I do recommend sticking it out until you find someone good!

And yea, there were weeks when that was the least fun hour of the whole week, and weeks where I went "what is this supposed to be doing for me, again?", but they were more than balanced out by the weeks where I spent the next 6 days just trying to digest and learn as much as I could from that one hour, and it literally changed my life.

Do I sound like I'm bragging? Ugh, sorry. I think I'm just reminiscing - when I moved to Oregon (yay!) I moved away from my therapist (boo!) and I'm still missing him.

Me, I'm doing a bit better. I'm freaking out about an ASL assignment tonight, but not unreasonably so, so I think it's all OK. I'm trying to figure out a way to get some massage or acupuncture or something - I really need at least one regular self-care activity to help me stay balanced.

How was everyone's Mother's Day? (she asks wistfully - I was supposed to be pregnant by now, dangit. the best laid plans, and all that...)
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You might want to look into CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) - it's a little more pragmatic and done in conjunction with biofeedback training, is very very useful and helpful.
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Our mother's day was pretty good - laid back. I got to sleep until noon, then we hung out and watched home videos of my daughter as a baby because she wanted to see them, then we headed over to my grandmother's house for dinner, since it is also her birthday on Tuesday. Then I got to dump the kids on DH (who took them home and put them to bed) and hung out at my parents house with my brother and watch the survivor finale and grey's anatomy. Very nice.

I've decided I have to start turning around my eating and exercise habits. I ran into a post about sparkpeople.com and decided to give it a try. I'm taking it easy, decided I would do a 5/2 diet - monday through friday I will do my best to be 'good', do a little exercise each day, etc and on the weekends I won't sweat it. Considering how terrible I was eating before and how I wasn't exercising at all, this should be a big improvement.

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Ugh- I'm not doing well right now.

I saw my therapist this morning and made an appt for next week. All I feel like doing right now is climbing into bed and staying there for about a week.

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Aw, Ruth. I could spout all kind of glib one liners like "this too shall pass" and some of them even manage to not piss me off when I'm feeling like crap, but really the best thing I can offer you is to be here and listen. You will survive, and whatever you're able to do right now, is, right now, good enough.

My therapist did CBT, although not labelled as such (that is, he didn't say "I am a cognitive behavior therapist, and now we will practice cognitive behavioral therapy!"), and I agree, it definitely is great - much more useful in my opinion than Freudian psychoanalysis!

Sounds like an awesome day, mightymoo. Part of our backyard is shared by a family with at least a couple kids (and a huge trampoline!), and yesterday they had a TON of kids over, having a huge party, and I kept thinking "OK, I know one doesn't become a mother without the children, but boy, that better be a barbeque with all the dads and kids outside and the moms lounging on the couch being pampered inside!"
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I can't say enough positive stuff about sparkpeople.com It's wonderful!
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Hi.. My first post on this thread..

I just went to the dr. today and she is changing my meds. Hopefully this one will work a little better.. I'm supposed to start it tomorrow.

My DS(4 yr. old) walked up to me in the kitchen y'day and said "mommy, don't be sad".. I told him I wasn't sad.. I guess he's been noticing that I have been sad lately. Stuff w/dh and where we are living is really getting to me. We have a beautiful home and everything, but it's an hour from people I know and an hour and 40 min. from dh's job, which means we don't do anything together. DS and I are going to FL next month(only 22 more days!) w/my parents. We'll be seeing my sister, BIL and their 3 kids and doing family pictures. I figure I'll try to super-impose a pic. of my dh in there and make it look like he's actually part of my family.... Excuse my while I...

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Aw, Janice! What a horrible situation!! Is there anything you can do?? 3+ hours of commute a day is NOT COOL! (As you well know.) Geez!

Keep us updated, hon. We're here for you.
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