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Exhausted
April 22, 2004
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I'm exhausted all the time - I don't know whether it is from lack of sleep (Monday night 5 hours as had to make a journey, Tuesday night six hours, last night seven hours)/ worry about my feelings of inadequacy around work / worry about whether it's OK or not to be with this guy / worry about issues which could affect my fertility / chronic but slight abdominal pain or all of them. I know that there is a problem however and don't know how to deal with it - I seem to be on a moving staircase. The good news is that I am going on holiday in a month but I don't like getting myself into this state but as always I appreciate feedback x

April 22, 2004
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Miffy... just curious about you fertility comment - are you in your forties?

Sleep deprivation can affect so many parts of our lives. emotions, thinking, judgement... how about kava tea? I have to drink sleep tea every night and wear earplugs.

April 22, 2004
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No, early thirties - had chlamiddia and it comes back occasionally - sometimes just through effects - it's neurosis more than anything. Thanks for the feedback x

April 22, 2004
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I know- it is not a flower, but it ain't comming back. What ever they say- leading coast of sterility- not always- it sooo many people had it at some point. What else are you worry about?

April 22, 2004
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Today I was trying to kill some time by reading Oprah magazine while waiting at the motor vehicle department. There was this article about finding your passion, and it said that if you are fatigued, you can't find and follow your passion until your rested. Then the advice was to just totally "veg" out for 2 weeks. Yes, TWO WEEKS!!!!!! I don't know about you all, but if I could take 2 weeks off from every job I have to do every time I felt like I needed to, I wouldn't have to read articles about finding my passion!

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April 23, 2004
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Miffy,

Funny, but I just signed to begin a thread about this very thing!

Sorry, I have no answers for you, only more questions... or complaints..

For ten days before I get my period (and ten days out of every month is a lot of time), I get completely down to the bone, dead tired, exhausted. No matter how much rest I get, it doesn't help. I used to think it was anemia because I was an extremely heavy bleeder. Now I have an IUD and I hardly bleed at all, my period lasts about 3 days, but I STILL get the tired thing. My doctor's seem unfazed by it, they don't seem to want to do anything about it, and this frustrates me even further. This may be because THEY don't even know what it is. I've gone from thinking I had anemia, to hepatitis, to being pregnant... and it's none of those. This has been happening for a while.

I am late for work all the time (Miffy I know what you mean), I feel crappy about this, and it makes me feel terrible about myself. I look awful... my facial expressions are even different during this time. It kind of reminds me of when I was getting high- how heroin just deadened my features and my face was all droopy. I eat crappy foods (yet don't enjoy them).

Please don't tell me to exercise- I do. I've been walking. I would love to do intense workouts on a regular basis (I used to be an exercise enthusiast). But it's not an option right now.

April 29, 2004
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Just got back into this thread again after a while. I know that beating myself up exhausts me. I also don't know how to say "I'm going to bed" and not get the "you're so boring" feedback. I'm going away where I will sleep but just wish I didn't get to the middle of the day and keel over - I have filled my life up so much that I have no energy to live it but am in a rut. This is about trying to people please and not wanting to be on my own - it is also about not feeling like I have the time to sleep! Roll on the weekend!

April 29, 2004
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phew!

i know how you feel about feeling exhausted all the time? are you bored, fed up, depressed? because i'm SO bored that i feel lathergy at times.

As for the worry of chlamiddia, why don't you get yourself checked out again, then you will have one less thing to worry about?

As for the going to bed because your tired, & others say, 'boring' - Excuse me, but we are not in relationships Or with friends to 'entertain' 24 hours!

hope you feel well soon : ))))

April 29, 2004
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Thanks Lewis - I think I fill myself with worry about everything - currently am obsessing that the guy I have been seeing for one month is quite a bit older than me and calculating that when I am 70, he'll be 86 and probably dead and I will have no-one in my old age!!!! These "fantasies" plague me the whole time so that my day gets wiped out. Don't really know how to deal with them.

x:)))

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