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Wednesday, January 01, 2020

I went to PT Monday, talked to several other participants and found out what I am experiencing and feeling is common with other women and even some of the men admitted to the blues too. That made me feel like I wasn’t such a “baby” and even though I am pulling my “big girl panties “ up again, it’s ok. Yes I have to accept it’s ok to take things slow. I have high expectations and have always seemed to get over things quicker than some, handling pain physically and mentally—as my parents did. I never saw them down. They were always positive.

I will continue to work at getting my mojo back and not push me so hard. I WILL CONQUER this too!
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    I hope that yer MOJO is returning--- praise God that yu don't live here--snow up to my ing-yang--LOL--- Hugs-Lynda emoticon
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    It seems to me that yu do very well--- Lynda
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    Oh, Linda Kay of course it is normal! You have had so many huge things over the last few years! Take the advice of the professionals and TRY to take it easy and think pleasant thoughts. Think of it this way, you and I happen to be "older" and we have to jut NOT be sissies! I am right with you, I try not to but I worry so much about something happening to me (sepsis recurring or such) and even more so something happening to John.. When that happens I rebuke the enemy try to do something that totally engulfs my mind!

    We in MI love you so remember that and you have a lovely family full of love! emoticon
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    Sometimes I find that making a list in the evening of one or two things I want to accomplish the next day helps me get moving the next day... and being able to check those things off the list.. gives me a "satisfaction" boost. (it seems to work wonders for my mojo)

    Find what works for you.
    You will pop back.. Keep smiling and congratulating yourself for every little thing.
    Be your own Best Friend Forever !!

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    Hope you get your mojo back soon. Take it slow it will take time to get back to what you are use to. I use to watchy grandmother push herself on good days only to be unable to do much for several days. You've got this!
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    Hugs :)
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    I’m glad you found support and understanding. Glad you’re going to take your time. emoticon
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    I'm glad the support you found has helped you ikkle turtle.

    Getting over any surgery takes time and is emotionally draining, I've had 3 and each time I hoped to recover more quickly but as I get older I just know it just has to take the time it takes.

    Keep positive. I hope 2020 will be a better year for you emoticon
    475 days ago
    Hang in there! Getting over surgery takes time. I still don't feel 100% and it's been a year! One day at a time! Hoping 2020 will be a better year for both of us! emoticon emoticon
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