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JudyM5839"I am a 50+ Jewish woman from New York who struggles with Borderline Personality Disorder - In addition to that, I struggle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and a very poor self esteem - as a result of these psychiatric disorders, I have a series of medical disorders as well. I am morbidly obese, struggle with psoriasis, and other dermatological issues and am pre-diabetic - As many of you are, I am on a series of both medical and psychotropic medications, and am under the care of a series of health care providers Nevetheless, I think that the best support is from peers - and as such, I am glad to be one of your leaders" (JudyM5839)

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CS1964 A place to share things and vent.

Sunday, November 6th

Nov 06 2011
Today was not such a good day.  I was really tired and achey and headachey.  Hopefully tomorrow will be better.  What is the most frustrating thing is that I didn't get doneas much as I really wanted to.  As they say, though, tomorrow is another day.  All I can do is the best I can do at that time.  Somedays will always be better and some days will not be very good at all.  Just something we with fibro need to learn to live with I guess.  I do admit though that although these symtoms are real at times I have real guilt involved when I can't get much done on the bad days.  This is a big thing I need to deal with.  I guess I need to get past any negative remarks I have heard related to fibro and put them past me and feel good about the things I do accomplish on my good days but being careful not to overdo.  Let us all have a good week.  Take care. <hugs> Cheryl

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