Then, the moment I get out of bed with this I can do anything attitude, it quickly drops. Some days, I'm lucky if I complete my AM breakfast regime. I then have to make choices for that day, pushing those goals I had for myself further and further away.
I know I have made some dumb comments, and I appreciate when people bring it to my attention. I can't change unless I'm told.
In my case, I'm unsure what to do. It's a hard one to get people you know to stop asking you, let alone complete strangers. I welcome suggestions.
There's a key set of symptoms that I always have, and although they can make life challenging, I find them interesting. Yes, I said interesting.
I thought it responsible of me to mention that images and discussion of these pointy objects will be used repeatedly in this post. I personally know people with high level phobia of the buggers, if you're the same, you may want to skip today's entry.
To you the reader (if you've never met me), may find that a bit contradicting. I know a lot of other people who know me and would think the same.
Sleep is one of the basic needs in which regulates so much in our beaten down brains and bodies. What have I been doing to find a balance?