cheeps wrote:Brit, you and Mags are what I consider "jump buddies"...you are pretty close as far as that goes and bluebird will be joining you soon....stay tight together.
I don't usually tell a poster how the mental is going to be because it does affect people differently....sub is a mental fucker though, to the peeps it bothers. It does take about three months for it to let up. brit, I'm really glad you are having better days....such a fucking pisser...but the brain is trying to regroup....it is just temporary....but when the FUCK does it end? Antidepressants help with anxiety but the fucking intrusive depressing thoughts can drive you nuts. The whole AM death wish is the worst for me.
Cravings....yep...the brain is screaming FEED ME YOU BITCH....AAAIIIIEEE! Freddy is a motherfucking cocksucking ass banging lying piece of shit that will laugh all the way to the shitter...if you even get to shit.
Here's the threads....they help distract you and fire up the creative juices.
stages of sub shit kinda go like this
the rollercoaster ride
the flat yet anxious bullshit
finding the new normal
is this it?
life is good
subster58 wrote:Hi Brit. cheeps LMAO at your post. Thank you so much Really needed to laugh today.
How are you doing Brit? Still having good days? It will be up and down, as cheeps post stated everyone is different. Can't your husband take the subs without injecting since you're off? It's not right for him to have you do it, or get pissed. Your both in totally different places. Just take care of you and keep banking the days. Doesn't matter what he thinks at this point. It is all about you wanting to change your life and live without subs or drugs.
Sorry to be so blunt, but you need support during this time in your life. You're doing a great job, one day at a time. Everyday will be different so just roll with it. You can do this. You are making it!!
It was 40-degrees here last night/ this am, but I love it! I could never live in FL again, with all that heat & humidity. Like Tia said, bundle up and take a walk, or ride the mower. That's what I've been doing since jumping...mowing. It's doing "something" but not super-physical either. You can still be on your butt, yet see some sense of accomplishment! If you don't have a ride-on mower, then just think, the push-kind is something to lean on, kinda like the buggy in the store, LoL!
Hoping this finds you well, girl.
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