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10/19/14 10:31 A

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I have a narcolepsy type problem right now. My doctor thinks it's because I'm not sleeping properly / apnea. Blood work I had was all normal.

It really makes me feel lazy though being tired all the time. It's like the world is in color but I'm washed out and faded. It's hard to focus.

I bet truly lazy people never worry about being lazy though ;-P


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9/30/14 2:56 P

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I glad you figured out what the problem is! Now you can tackle it. emoticon

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9/30/14 1:15 P

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Good for you for realizing what was going on!

"and I said to my body softly; "I want to be your friend." it took a long breath and replied; "I have been waiting my whole life for this." - Nayyirah Waheed

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9/30/14 7:20 A

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A woman on DwD put this response:

lazy -unwilling to work or use energy.
characterized by lack of effort or activity.
idle indolent slothful work-shy shiftless inactive under active sluggish lethargic remiss negligent slack lax lackadaisical
showing a lack of effort or caring

I AM NOT LAZY! I realized after I wrote this subject that I'm having a fibromyalgia flare. I haven't had this serious of one in a few years. At the beginning of Sept my Dr switched my meds...Time to go back on Savella!!!

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9/29/14 5:57 P

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You're in kind of a tough spot right now dealing with not one, but two stressors. You had a mini-binge this morning-I would probably do the same thing, quite frankly. Forgive yourself and move on. Easier said than done. I know, Believe me I know. I find that if I face one thing at a time, I can handle everything better. If you're not too sick, a short walk may help. It helps me when I feel overwhelmed. If you're too sick, rest so you can get better and then be ready to help your husband. I hope this helps.

Sue

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9/29/14 4:12 P

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SMILLER- I totally agree with the actions preceding the thoughts! Some days I just make myself do things and it's always a good thing but it's never easy! Today I am wavering because I am feeling physically ill but wanting to stick with the program but needing to be as healthy as I can to take care of hubby next week! He has a triple hernia operation on Monday! So it's causing me some major stress! I think resting is the wisest choice but I had a mini-binge this morning and really need to work it off! It was all healthy stuff mind you but too much of anything is still too much! So back and forth and forth and back I go! I am hoping that not exercising for a few days will not bring about a depression!

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9/29/14 10:43 A

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I don't see lazy as being a bad thing from time to time. There are days when I just need to decompress and stay in my jammies all day and knit, read or watch tv and let the dishes set and the rug go unvacuumed. I just have to be careful that a depressive state isn't coming on because with me, sometimes the actions start before the thoughts. Or inactions, I should say.

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9/29/14 8:25 A

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Sometimes I wonder that myself but I try not to call myself lazy though! It's counter productive!

"and I said to my body softly; "I want to be your friend." it took a long breath and replied; "I have been waiting my whole life for this." - Nayyirah Waheed

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9/29/14 7:36 A

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I HATE that word, but sometimes I don't think I have any other excuse. Just lazy. Part of depression? A medical condition in & of itself? A state of being A person's TRUE self???

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