Comments for Wed, 04 Jan 2012 02:02:18 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Here’s hoping the drugs kick in soon by bandick Wed, 04 Jan 2012 02:02:18 +0000 Mozo! I read about your labyrinth walk. I could use a spin in the labyrinth to leave some stuff behind.

I’ve just eaten my 400th pb&j and taken my 400th bath in the past three months and even though I had a bad work day, I’m feeling a bit better.

The cleaning thing is too big for me to wrap my brain around right now. I think I need to just carve out small amounts of time each day and chip away at it. Maybe 20 minutes or so to start.

And I need to start purging stuff. I’m going to take the approach of tossing whatever I don’t use on a regular basis. That’s one good thing about my holiday hiatus…no one gave me more stuff to clutter up my house even more!

Happy new year. :)

Comment on Here’s hoping the drugs kick in soon by mozo Tue, 03 Jan 2012 22:40:38 +0000 I know, my apartment has been falling apart for weeks. Finally yesterday I decided to start sorting out my closet, and felt inspired to keep working though the other seven rooms of clutter. I don’t know whether I’ll feel that motivated long enough to complete it. If you need any inspiration, know that it might be the simplest way to kick-start some new-year accomplishments, and a cleaner place might be more relaxing and inspiring in itself.

Comment on No contact by bandick Fri, 09 Dec 2011 03:54:58 +0000 I will give myself credit for not driving past his house when I found myself in his part of town for the first time since the break up. No reason to pick at the scab.

Thanks for your helpful feedback. The internet has helped me get through this in many ways.

Comment on 120:20:20 by bandick Fri, 09 Dec 2011 03:52:09 +0000 Yes, I’m definitely feeling broken, crushed, and defeated. Struggling with acceptance. I’m just hoping that will arrive soon.

Comment on No contact by you can do it. Thu, 08 Dec 2011 19:42:59 +0000 No, don’t simplify it like that. Don’t try to guess. You’re maintaining NC for your own livelihood. Perhaps it is the same for him; perhaps he’s going absolutely crazy. Perhaps he’s suppressing it all in an unhealthy manner.

But do not make this about YOU. Whatever he does from here on out is a reflection of him and his character. You’re right: you can’t get inside his head, and you shouldn’t.

It is during these times that we find out we’re a lot stronger than we might think.