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Ugh!

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Today started out great, but it's been getting worse the past few hours. Food-wise I'm doing great, but I miss my boyfriend and was hoping he'd get to come home today. As the day drags on, I realize the likelihood of that not happening. It wouldn't be such a big deal if it wasn't his birthday. I'm lying--I'd want him home in any case. I just hope my BPD doesn't hit me like a brick wall and ruin my day.
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  • DANLIN60
    Plan on doing something special for and with your boyfriend when he does come home for his birthday, that will help to turn your mood into a more positive outlook.
    Give your house or apartment a good cleaning to keep yourself busy and make the time go by faster until he does come home; that will also make you feel good. Just try to do positive things and think positive thoughts, Teresa. You can do this, you really can!!

    Hugs
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    1342 days ago
  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    Happy Birthday to your boyfriend. I hope he has a good one!!
    1342 days ago
  • RDGISME
    I agree-distract yourself with positivity!
    1343 days ago
  • FITMARTI
    Call three people and give them a compliment, a genuine one. Did you have a good meal at a restaurant recently? If yes, then call the restaurant and ask for the manager and tell him/her about your positive experience. Was a bank teller doing their job in an efficient manner? Tell their manager

    When you focus outward instead of inward your brain releases dopamine which is a feel-good substance and it will change your whole day.

    OK, I can hear what you are thinking........LOL

    just DO IT!!!
    1343 days ago
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