Hello and welcome to the group. You will find that this group can be very helpful and informative. There are a lot of good people here that are always willing to give advice or just be there to listen to what's going on with you.View Thread
It is definitely hard to remove yourself from family like that, but you have to put yourself first. If you don't take care of yourself, how can you take care of your family? You won't be able to. So make sure you take care of yourself first always. .View Thread
I have been doing pretty good. Still no motivation to do things but that will come in time. I haven't even done laundry today like I was supposed to. I will have to make that a goal for tomorrow. I am doing very well in school so that is a blessing. I have been having so much trouble with that, but it's going better now.
Something nice I have done for myself? Well I have been getting the sleep I need so that will have to be it because I haven't really been thinking about that lately.View Thread
At least you are realizing your limitations right now. You can't rush yourself in doing something major like going into the workforce. That's a big step and if you need more time before that happens, then so be it.View Thread
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