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yeah sometimes when the mental meltdown stage is reached you can’t just keep fighting it forever at a point you must let it loose
and it’s really tiring
Oooh, yeah, those days are not fun :/
One thing that helped me, oddly, was realising that sometimes a panic attack/meltdown/similar happens for no more reason than the underlying condition i.e. anxiety is the cause of anxiety! It took away the extra stress from wondering “why”.
Dave Jw Day says
… and finally as always come out the other side surface pick myself up and carry on with a smile until next time…
John Friendsmith says
At least she’s safe in her own room. It’s so much worse when it happens out in public.
Hey Clay, when did the “random strip” button go away? I used to click on that and get lost, it was like a shuffle songs option. I really miss it and was wondering if you could bring it back.
Jenny Islander says
I want to save this to my hard drive and email it to, like, everybody I know.
“Whyyyyy don’t you do [thing that is not in my energy budget or contains too many moving parts for me to manage]?”
“Because I don’t want to hit the rumble strip again. Because the next stop after the rumble strip is a lulu.”
Omg this happens everytime a period of Depresana ((thats what i call her)) comes on