Having one of those days

when even the smallest and simplest act seems beyond me. I'm back to telling friends/family I'm okay when I'm not because if they are not by now fed up of me talking about my condition whenever they ask me then I am fed up talking about it. I've just found out my gran has passed away, I'm not on the best of terms with my mum, dad and brother, my husband is working away for six weeks and I will only be seeing him at weekends and i'm just getting over a bad cold. On top of that I feel as though I've gone backwards with my post-op recovery and fed up of painkillers that don't seem to help. Not sure whether I want to laugh or cry at the moment.

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  • Hey,

    My heart goes out to you! Dont forget you are not alone! If you need to laugh or cry do it, get it out!

    It sounds like everything is just a bit on top of you and to have your husband away, well I can imagine that makes things seem worse!

    I can totally sympathise with the pain killers, I agree none work really and you get told to take more! Its very frustrating, I know. You will keep going and get through it.

    I dont what what helps you but I find I have to put music on that will lift my spirits to help me mentally get through things. Sometimes your mind is a powerful thing and its so easy to get down about how you are feelng physically that everything is a 100 times worse!

    Be strong and smile!

  • Thank you like so many bad days when dealing with this condition they are then followed by a good day :) x

  • Am sure not much will make you feel better right now, you are having a truly awful time.

    Just know you are not alone and we are all here to listen, day or night.

    HUGS

    Xxx

  • Thank you like so many bad days when dealing with this condition they are then followed by a good day :) x

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