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Dysphoria and the Gif At the End of This Will Probably Offend You

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I have no idea what I want to write about today and am pretty much only writing because I think I should. I find it ironic that when I get all dysphoric the last thing I want to do is write and it’s probably the time when I need to write the most.

If it didn’t make me so damn tired. When just the thought of something makes makes me want to take a nap, I tend to avoid said thing. Unless I’m really wanting a nap…

I’m not a very nice person when I’m like this.

My temper is short; don’t you DARE scrape you chair on the floor around me. And that fighting stuff the kids do? Very much uncool right now. Super uncool. It’s at this point when I wish the grandparents lived closer cause I would ship these guys off right about now. Not for forever. Just a couple of days. Just long enough for me to regain the patience of a saint.

I feel like I have something stuck in my throat. Not sure what that means and Dr. Google isn’t helping with a diagnosis but I know “Do you have the sensation you have something stuck in your throat?” is a question on the digital questionnaires I sometimes take at the shrink’s.

I can’t settle on a something to listen to on Spotify and that’s annoying the hell out of me.

I got this from Atlus today:

Game of Thrones Xbox 360 RPG game

It should be interesting to play since I haven’t read the books OR seen the show. Distraction is always nice.

My goals for the day?

  1. Take a shower.
  2. Brush teeth.
  3. Put on makeup.
  4. Perfectly french braid Cara’s hair for gym.
  5. Figure out where I put Ollie’s form for gym so he can start this summer.
  6. Make dinner.
  7. Get to sleep before midnight.

That’s a lot of shit! Me thinks I shouldn’t have made a list…

I’ll be fine; I always am. I’m not going to stop functioning or whatever. The kids will still get bathed and fed and hugged and hollered at. Basically life keeps going like it always does but I bitch more.

Tucker’s probably wondering how that’s any different from normal.

My response:

I’m sure this is the general reception to this post:

My response:

and

and

I’m probably going to feel bad about that last one in a few minutes cause it’s probably going to offend someone. Please refer to the first gif after “My response.”

Comments

  1. CharlesColp says:

    I have days like that once in a while too.. I know that no words can change the “whatever” feeling. But just a sound on the internet to say We notice and we care and hope you feel more like yourself soon.

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