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Another Stressful Day - Yikes!

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

I had another very stressful day yesterday. The year is only two weeks old and I can't believe how many stressful days that I've had already. If this is a test, I'm not doing well on it so far. I am trying to resolve issues as they arise. Some are resolved; some are on hold as I am waiting for people to get back to me. More are cropping up as quickly as I get some resolved. I am trying to use all the resources that I know of to get through this. I really hope that nothing else arises until I can get the issues still hanging over my head dealt with. If given the chance, I would jump at re-starting the year. Can I do that?
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    I hope that the month gets better. The organizing book that many of us on Babysteps Brigade reviewed and used was 'ADD Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life' by ? Pinsky. I think that you will enjoy it. It gives many suggestions especially for people with ADD. Good Luck and many emoticon
    1922 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/16/2013 10:59:37 PM
    Don't we wish, but we can start each day fresh and motivated and dealing with stress in a more healthy way....

    but, remember that stress makes us stronger and builds character.... and what a character I am already..... emoticon I don't need any more stress...
    1923 days ago
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    If only we didn't have stress think of how wonderful we would feel; learning to cope with high stress is so difficult. I'm glad you're letting it out as I have to do in order to cope better with it. Hope next week is a better one for you! We'll both think positive.
    1923 days ago
    Oh, how I wish that was possible! As it is, we get to make tomorrow as much of a new day in the new year as we can!

    Positives and hugs! emoticon emoticon
    1923 days ago
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