I would like to streamline my life more.
I want to, but I can’t.
At least not now.
I try to make my life easier by napping when I need a rest, because that’s what feels good to me.
I know that’s not the advice that everyone here would give, but my symptoms become worse the harder I push myself.
I hate the position I am in.
I’d like to have a set schedule.
I’m at least trying to have a daily checklist.
I keep trying, because I want to be as good as I possibly can.
And, I am reminded that it’s the medications that aren’t all working, that make things way more difficult than what they need to be.
From what I hear… from what I’m told… there is hope with the schizophrenia disorders.
I believe that, and wish more progress for myself amidst this information.
How do you feel about getting along when the medication doesn’t quite work as it should? What kinds of standards have you set when your meds aren’t doing the job you’d like them to? What kinds of day to day standards have you set in general?
I might not have realized the extent of trauma or suffering that I experienced as a child.
The importance of this is to heal those wounds, even as some of them were previously repressed.
There are no easy answers to overcoming certain situations in life, especially when one’s illness continues to be “front and center.”
For me, I focus on the notion of “growth…” and, that’s all I plan to do!
What has this community done for you?
I can’t be fixed.
If I could have fixed myself, I would have.
A long time ago, actually.
NOTE: This was written awhile ago, but some of the tenants are still true.
I am just waiting for my (physical) health to deteriorate.
That’s a fact!
I am so pissed about it too!
I don’t know how to function without impending doom.
I want to be alive though!
How do I make things better?
I know what I need to do, but I cannot get myself to do it!
I make some progress, and then I quit, reversing all the good I did.
That’s been my pattern, and I don’t know how to “permanently” overcome it.
I do several specific types of personal development and therapy is not an option!
Are you struggling with something similar?
I like to feel like I am making progress, so I think about the idea of “one day at a time.”
It’s not always the case that I am making progress, and a lot of times, whatever work I am doing, ends up in the toilet.
So, I say it. A lot of us probably say it—“one day a time.”
Saying this seems to be helpful on the one hand, but on the other, it doesn’t seem to do any good whatsoever!
Anyway, this is my 250th post. 🙂
What about an alternate saying for “one day at a time?” Any ideas?
I was just thinking about this, as I was perusing the featured posts on my web site.
What makes me uniquely me?
I guess it has a lot to do with my experiences, but also (as it pertains to my blog), it has something to do with how I present information and make it formidable.
One might also consider my one sentence paragraphs, when thinking about what make me personally unique! Lol
Yes, I write my paragraphs, short and sweet, and pretty much to the point…
As often as I can that is!
What then makes YOU uniquely you?
When I say that something is “sad,” it usually is.
I get the notion to express compassion from both my personal integrity, and from my conditioned response to do so.
Since I’ve experienced a lot of difficult times with mental illness, I am well-equipped to say that something (anything illness related), is sad.
I hope that I can continue having compassion (although I don’t think that that will be a problem), and I hope that things will get better for people in my situation. Including me.
But, I am not so hopeful when it comes down to it…
I do not believe in a “cure.”
While some are holding onto hope for that as an answer, I just don’t feel the same way.
I’ll hedge my bets on trying to be compassionate towards everyone though. Even if they believe a cure is coming.
After all, what matters most, in my view, is how you treat others. Especially those who can do nothing for you.