Let’s Blame Everything on Winter

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  1. lelaniedenso says:

    I though I’m alone… not that I’m happy but it’s good to know I’m not the only one feeling like I could me more productive than I really am. But this is a temporary state, you’ll see. Better days will come! ^^)

  2. Sorry to hear you have been in a funk. My niece also suffers from the same disorder and it began for her about the same age. And whomever is telling you that kindness, leniency and respect is key sounds very wise indeed. It will get better.

    Cherished Handmade Treasures

  3. Anita Anderson says:

    We all go through moments that we don’t know why we feel the way we do. I have tried to get out of a routine of getting up taking my son to school, then coming back to feed the baby etc. I have tried to add something different to at least 1 day of the week. It can be going to get my hair done or a mani and pedi. Something that doesn’t feel mundane. For me this helps alot.

  4. Debra says:

    I love the fact that you ‘shared’ this with us – very good! Holly, my advice to you would be to take one day at a time. I will put you on my prayer list.

  5. I find that when I’m in a funk, putting on Disney music, or songs from musicals help a ton!

  6. Trianna says:

    I suffer from depression as well. I started noticing when I was about 13-14 that I just couldn’t pull myself out of this horrible place. I don’t change things. I lash out. And because I know that I lash out, I avoid people. It’s this thing I do that I call “dropping off the face of the earth.”
    So sometimes, it’s difficult for me to even blog. I fixate on trying to have the energy to get out of bed and put on a happy face for my son. Take your time and when you feel that you’re ready to get back in the game, then get back in. We’ll be waiting.

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