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Rough Time

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

OK. I'll admit it. I am in a funk. Seems like I have been fighting depression for a while now. Some days are much easier than others. I am optimistic that things will be better. People who know me usually accuse me of being a "Pollyanna" where I tend to see the brighter side of things. I guess that is usually true. But, right now, I just don't feel like doing anything. I literally had to force myself to do my 60 min of cardio 10 minutes at a time. I don't want to leave the house. I don't want to read. I don't want to blog. I don't even want to log in to WoW.

I am meditating every night using my prayer beads. I am forcing myself to keep on exercising as that assists in battling depression. I am forcing myself to blog. I will go to Choir practice, and I will keep on doing what I need to in order to battle this current situation. It's just not easy right now and I am not my usual self. There's a lot going on.
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  • NIGHTSKYSTAR
    Kerry I am here if you need to talk to anyone!! I know when i get depressed it helps to talk to someone. after friday i hae a week off so i will be around..if you want me to call i will!!!
    Hugs
    Holly
    4112 days ago
  • SCOUTHARPS
    Been there, done that, still do it on a fairly regular basis. Don't give up on t prayers, practice, cardio...anything that will keep you going, even if only for the next 5 minutes. It will get better. I promise.
    4113 days ago
  • FRANANN3
    I am so proud you are continuing to do all the right things even though it's hard!!! That's a HERO in MY eyes!!! I was feeling like the way you described for quite a while.. there is hopoe!!! I'll keep you in my prayers. Much love, Fran p.s. any word on the job??
    4113 days ago
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