Dating reasurance growth presentation
I would just get out of the bath when most relaxed, lie on the bed and just put on a C.
D or headphones and drift in and out with the soothing music and would feel so refreshed afterwards, I still do it to this day.
I made sure I got out in the fresh air and went walking, running, cycling, again a healthy body leads to a healthy mind.
I also cut my drinking down and felt so much better for this.
As people know I suffered for ten years, so I had certainly built up a lot of habits and memory of suffering was pretty strong, I had just got used to not feeling normal and it actually began to feel normal in my world, I had known nothing else for so long.
So then I would be looking into this coming Tuesday and building up to what to do to make sure it went better this week, so as to make sure I did not ramble through and come across as odd, what I had to do was do this or that and I would then go with a bunch of mental instructions and the night would again be a disaster as I would not be joining in, I would be mentally trying to fix myself and remind myself what to do.
You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. I think those of us who are still struggling on the road to recovery and haven’t yet got how to brush off the concerns still need that ‘safety blanket’ of reassurance.
Today’s title has no definite answer and is almost like saying how long is a piece of string.
We are all different, but so similar in our suffering, the main difference can be how long we have suffered, as the person who has suffered many years may have built up more habits of avoidence, safety behaviours that they find harder to break then someone who has suffered a few months.
Also the person who has suffered longer may have more memory of suffering and they may have fallen into a life where they have forgotten what it was like to feel normal, where the person who has suffered a few months, still has these feelings of normality close to them.