Was crying at home so just took the kids out for babycino and cakes.
It was much fun and just what I needed
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22-01-2016 16:33 #11
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22-01-2016 16:40 #12
Not an instant fix, but I planted some flowers in some old pots after Christmas.
They have taken off and look great. I sit in the garden and admire my work I want a lift.
(yes I'm possibly weird, but it the flowers growing is about the only thing that has gone right for me in a long time)
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22-01-2016 17:14 #13
Diet Coke (I don't drink tea or coffee or wine)
22-01-2016 17:27 #14
Read gone with the wind
Bake something then eat it
Go to the gym
Go for a random trip to the shops
Read recipes online
Watch gone with the wind
Eat some more
Have a good cup of tea
Catch up with a girl friend
Eat some more.
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22-01-2016 17:44 #15
Watch one of my BritCom DVDs (Red Dwarf, Fawlty Towers, Are You Being Served?, Blackadder, etc.).
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22-01-2016 18:00 #16
Podcasts - Ricky gervais is funny and also I like listening to
The moth. It is short stories from real people about something in their lives they've discovered or survived through
Go for a walk
Listen to music
Watch a funny movie
Try not to eat foods or drink for comfort if you can
Watch YouTube cat videos
I hope my personal list helps you. I've suffered from depression and know what that's like 💫
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22-01-2016 18:13 #17
Lots of these things.
I would add the QI podcast as well to the podcasts (it's called There's No Such Thing As A Fish).
This sounds daft, but getting out my planner and some pretty pens/stickers and not only planning but planning retrospectively, so writing down anything I've achieved in the previous couple of days helps me feel less flat.
22-01-2016 18:42 #18Senior Member
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I like going on the Internet
Thinking of happy times
Going for a massage
Going out with friends for coffee
Taking my ds somewhere
23-01-2016 07:08 #19
23-01-2016 07:10 #20
I used to have a little when I was cooking dinner sometimes in between having the kids. It was something to look forward to.
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