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    All of the above. And be kind to yourself. If you're finding that hard, ask yourself what you'd say to someone on here or IRL who confided the same things to you. Feed that compassion back to yourself.

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    Hugs OP. Life isn't easy sometimes and sometimes some people get it worse then others. Think of your good days and what gets you through them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    How are you going today OP?
    funnily enough when only waking up in the last half hour (at just after 4pm - DS decided I obviously needed the sleep) I am feeling a little less helpless but now need to get motivated to do the work I was actually planning on doing today. Thanks for asking.

    Being kind to myself is not something I'm good at & something that I've been working with several psychologists over the years on. Feel like making no progress in that respecr

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    Being kind to yourself is hard, it takes a lot of practice, and constant reminders. Your mum won't help in that regard. You probably have her voice on loop whenever you feel you've done something wrong.


 

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