Hello beautiful people… Welcome to another blog.
How’s it going?
Last month I felt very shameful about the idea that going out for a walk by myself was a big achievement. This month I did yoga for the first time in a long time and did some positions that I never thought I’d be able to after my hand injury a few years ago. This month I started to embrace for real the relaxing and stay at home life a bit more to enjoy instead of constantly trying to prove myself and being productive.
At the end of the month I had my first counseling appointment to try and find myself and figure out ways to feel joy again.
Min 4:40 to 10:30/10:50 she sings Encontrarme and talks about how hard it’s been for her to come back from anxiety and depression in general but specially after the pandemic.
In my case I knew I had anxiety and had other issues to work through but I never considered myself a depressed person. I’ve had periods of depression but I always kept that term or diagnosis away from me. Last month my period app asked about my mood and one of the options was depressed. I asked Jono jokingly… The app’s asking if I’m depressed, this, that, etc (other options) and he said, yeah, I’d say depressed. That sank in me for a minute and made me realized, I have been depressed… There was this mourning period for not realizing
Disney Dreamlight Valley
Beginners Bachata Class
World of Wearable Arts Movement Workshop
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