Saw my T today. Im my own worst enemy. I cant get out of my own head. My T says im a survivor but this sure doesnt feel like surviving. Feel like im drowning and everytime i come up for air i get swept away. Feeling frustrated and alone. Time to try and retreat. Im waving the white flag surrendering. Send a team in to pick whats left of me....not well and wont be .
(((Hugs))) Take the time you need and stay in your safe place so that you can rest and regroup. You are a survivor it's just that you're in the downswing right now. With time and help you'll be able to come up out of it soon. Please be safe and take care. We are around when/if you need us. *Sits next to you and brings you an extra blanket, some hot chocolate, and Foxy to keep us company.*
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