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47/365 Irritated all the time

Sunday, February 17, 2013

I feel irritated all the time. Everything is making me want to snap; I just don't know y.
All I want to do is lay around and not deal with anything. Its been about a week now.
I cry over simple stuff.
Today in zumba I was ready to cry just cause I couldn't get the routine.
I have started avoiding people again.
Argue with hubby over absolutely nothing.

I don't know how to explain this to get hubby to understand what I m going thru. I just feel like I am falling apart and I don't know why. I've started setting up my dr appts prayerfully this time is better then the other times.
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  • PIXIE-LICIOUS
    I'm praying for you, Maga.
    1389 days ago
  • BEEJAY49
    Little Queen is right. Being a care giver is one of the hardest and pretty much most thankless jobs there can be. It's sometimes harder on you than it is on the person you're caring for. Your stress is real and I hope your husband will help you a little more with what needs done. Even though most of the time I don't take my own advice, I do know that you need to find ways to take care of yourself. Get some help for your ward and get out by yourself for a while and try to enjoy a little time alone. I have done that before and it does help. :) Hang in there. I'm praying for you. It's completely normal to be feeling the way you do right now. Love you! HUGS!
    1389 days ago
  • LITTLE_QUEEN
    WELL YOU DO HAVE STUFF GOING AND IT IS NOT EASY BEING A CAREGIVER, I TOOK CARE OF MY OF MY GRANDMA AND SHE MOVED IN WITH ME AND I LOVED HER WITH ALL MY HEART, BUT IT IS NOT ASY BEING THE CAREGIVER AND IT IS NOT EASY BEING THE ONE WHO NEEDS THE CARE, MAKE YOUR DR APPOINTMENTS AND TRY TO DO SPECIAL THINGS JUST FOR YOU, PLUS YOU HAVE YOUR OWN HEALTH ISSUES, SO YOU HAVE LOTS GOING ON
    1390 days ago
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