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firemonkee57

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Very anxious. Dad wants me to help re visa application for my brother and has been bombarding me with information on the phone. Mum has been on the phone with a Sainsbury's order she wants me to do.
Neither consider the possibility that i might be having a bad day.
Told my mum i didn't feel well. She was a little bit concerned but more worried that she would have to wait for her online order to be done.
I struggled to do the order as i know she'll be disappointed and press me to do it later if i didn't do it there and then.


I think my family are so used to me being better than i was years ago that they don't really entertain the possibility that i still get bad days like today.
I could have done without the pressure today.
 
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*Sapphire*

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I think those around you can forget the realities of struggling with a mh issue on a day to day basis.

I am fortunate that my hubby is understanding in this regard but I must admit others in my family don't. Maybe it's because I put on a smile and try not to bog them down with details of my issues (I do that here).

I know alot of people think that if you are struggling that distraction can help (which it can I believe at times), do you think your family might have thought it would be good for you to have the distraction and do the shopping?

How are you feeling now? x
 
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