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Old 11-09-2017, 08:11 AM #6
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This is my first post, all the way from Australia. Learning acceptance is so important but I still struggle with expectations, my hubby keeps encouraging me to just relax and love in the moment but I used to be on the go all the time, doing 10 things at once, made lots of quilts etc, etc. Now I find myself with a project that only needs an hour or two to finish and it sits there for a week with me unable to do it and i can get very frustrated and depressed. I'm starting to see that I still expect that I can control my days and if i just have smaller goals then I can achieve them. But, its really about living in the moment, looking at what you have done and rejoicing in that, even if its only resting because I needed to, instead of looking at the things I didnt get to do. Gee, that was long winded, I hope you got what I meant, if not we'll just put it down to fibro fog.
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