Just wondering how you're doing? I'm hanging in there, feeling that this recovery is so slow, but at least it is getting a tiny bit better at this point-day 21. Just feel so fatigued still, but other than that I'm ok. Hope you're doing well.
(Part 2) to make them go away. So this is a huge step for me. I am going to embrace the feelings and try to channel any sad or negative energy into positive. I mentioned before about volunteering with organizations that help people who are in worse shape than yourself. When I get my energy back, I am going to go feed the homeless (via the Salvation Army). It puts my life in perspective....I have a great life...great kids and hubby...roof over my head/food on the table. And when I focus on others (vs. myself) I find that my spirit is immensely lifted. It's almost like magic. Thanks again for your note. It means so much to me. Day 5 for me today and guess what? I SLEPT last night! Hallelujah!
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