Friday, 25 June 2010

A bit lost......

.........me, that is.

I am working through some stuff, that is just making me want to run away and hide and get lost.

I feel like a cranky bitch.

I feel like all the walls closing in on my brain before I can even begin to unravel thoughts and feelings.

And right now, I feel like I am being dragged through concrete, and all I want to do is chuck a tanty.

It is all weight/diet/emotional eating related.

I just wish I could escape my own brain for a while, y'know?

I usually have all the tools to get out of a grey / blue period.

These tools are evading me too.

Later............


21 comments:

  1. Oh, Lucy . . . I'm so sorry you're in the grey-blues! I can so relate to the walls-closing-in feelings and being unable to articulate them exactly as you'd want to -- you're just sort of stuck FEELING them, without the outlet of expression. Ugh.

    But, from experience, I find it's best to let yourself sit with it until you're ready to do something . . . and you'll know you're ready when you DO do something. That may sound like a trite riddle, but at it's simplest it's one tool that works for me.

    {{{HUGS}}}

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  2. Hang in there lucy. It's ok to take a break from it all from time to time. You're an awesome chick! Hope you feel joy again soon. Big hugs.

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  3. I hope you get a break this weekend and a chance to find yourself again x

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  4. The best way to escape your brain for a while is to put on the headphones, pump up the volume and run. Just run.

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  5. When I was feeling like that a short time ago, the lesson I learnt was to get off my butt and do something for someone else. So, I helped my parents with their computer and I helped a neighbour in their garden .... they were so grateful and it helped me lift myself out of the mire. Just an idea .....

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  6. I love blogs from other countries. I get to learn new terms and then use them in the USA.

    Chuck a tanty? As soon as I learn what that means I'm using it. :)

    I get in fitness/heath related depressed moods too. I'm still kinda in one and sometimes it's hard to get out no matter how much you want to.

    You'll get there. I know what to do but can't get off my ass!

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  7. Keep strong, on days like the one you are having I use the mantra "This too shall pass"

    Much love

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  8. It would be bizarre to always be strong and upbeat. We need some 'down' times to appreciate the 'up' ones. I have no doubt that your coping strategies will kick in because you're awesome like that.
    Big hugs...

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  9. We'll be here when you get back.
    It must be bleh time in the fatosphere.
    I know I have had the greys lately regarding my weight/diet/fitness/emotional eating.
    But it's getting better for me. So it will for you, too. Because I said so. :-)

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  10. Oh Lucy, I hope you find the way out of this funk. I'm going to use my school holidays to get out of mine and exercise. Hugs in the mean time. Keep blogging no matter what.

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  11. Thats no good hun. Big hugs to you. Sometimes you just need a day off from the world hey!

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  12. sending you massive hugs, Lucy.xoxo

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  13. Hi Lucy, you may already be perkier since you wrote this, but I wish only good things to happen to you today! You are an amazing woman, and you have achieved HEAPS already whilst inspiring others to do the same.
    Take care, hun xx

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  14. lordy I have been there and hope as you get this comment you are already on your way up and out to brighter days.


    MizFit

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  15. Lucy, I'm sorry that you are feeling this way. I think it's safe to say we've all been there in some way, shape or form! I hope that you're feeling better soon!

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  16. Sounds like a lot of us have been through the winter blues lately. Thinking of you Miss Lucy! x

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  17. I'm there too... feel like I have lost the weightloss way... find myself constantly talking to myself to snap out of it! I've been there many times before and managed out of it... it just seems to take longer everytime... I hope you find your way soon... I am holding thumbs for you!

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  18. Lucy. You just explained the past month or so in my house. Spot on. Mine is weight halth and a bit of the 3 year anniversary of my Mum hitting at the same time. I think I am crankier because I promised her when she got better we would both lose the weight together. 3 years after her passing and I am still struggling. Big hugs being sent to you.

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  19. Oh no. I hope you're back to your bright and happy self very very soon. xxx

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