Mental Health: Withdrawn

I have no life outside of work and it is beginning to wear on me. The problem is that I am constantly exhausted. Granted, my social skills have atrophied over the years of being withdrawn from personal connections. I miss the people in my life, but even the thought of social interaction brings crippling exhaustion. My rapid cycling doesn’t help, although the medications dulled that effect. Hopefully the change in meds will help bring it back unb=der control.

With my refund check I have the money to get caught up on bills, so that bit of stress is diminished. I should be able to start setting money back to actually do things again. That has been another hindrance, I admit. Thinking about spending money when my obligations are sideways was another level of stress. I need to start at least getting out to the coffee and comic shops just to be in the public.

In truth, whether placebo effect or not, I am starting to feel a bit better. Getting a proper diet and exercise are vital to improving my outlook. One thing at a time.

Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see you again soon, but be kind to yourself until then darlings.

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