When you have zero interest or energy, are you lazy, depressed or sick?What do you do when you just don't feel like it? Are you tired, sick, lazy, depressed or something else? Let's find out. #mindfulness
Like no matter what you do you’re just tired, with zero energy and lacking in any form of motivation?
I’m having one of those days, nay weeks, when I just wanna sit around doing nothing. This isn’t just about how to stop being lazy, it’s a complete lack of interest in doing anything.
I can’t seem to start my internal engines that usually push me onward regardless of how I feel.
Disclaimer: If you are struggling, please seek support from a qualified mental health professional. This is simply my personal story.
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“Every now and then I get a little lazy, that’s not the way it’s supposed to be” (channeling TLC’s What About Your Friends) because I have my purpose, I know my mission and I know that nothing is going to stop me or slow me down.
Well, nothing but myself apparently.
Honestly, even the most motivated and self-proclaimed self-starters, like myself, hit speed bumps and just feel like sliding down into potholes and staying down for a while. Just a little while longer.
And as much as I know that this is just a feeling (whether warranted or not) and this too shall pass, I cannot simply ignore it if it persists beyond a few days. I need to get proactive and go on the offensive to figure out not only how I can get moving again, but why I really feel this way.
I know, that even if I manage to find my motivation to get started, without a proper self-analysis as to why I feel this way in the first place, I will just wake up feeling the same again tomorrow, and the day after that… and the (you get it).
Please always seek out professional help for a proper assessment and treatment if you are consistently feeling down. There’s no shame in asking for help! You need to know what’s happening with you. It can get better.
I Just Don’t Feel Like Working
Just like anyone I get worked up and wound up so tight about way too many things that I honestly just need to take a timeout, from my thoughts, my worries, my dreams, this stress, and even myself. I’ll just sit in this corner for a bit.
So much to do so little time.
I have to achieve my goals, right? Work on it every day in order to succeed?
You catch up just to fall behind a week later.
All you do is work, work, work, work, work (Rihanna got it right).
You are constantly being fed images and messages about this, that and the other person. Sensory overload is an understatement. You worry about the outcome and possibly maybes.
Maybe you just need a break from having it all together?
And on top of that, you’re also supposed to be living your life.
Does any of this sound familiar?
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Maybe I’m the only one who feels like sometimes it’s just too much. Did I tell you that I’m super prone to serious spells of insomnia when my mind is overwhelmed or just being way too creative? At least that’s not an issue right now, or I’d be seriously done for.
Sometimes I have to purposefully ignore almost everything just so I can focus on accomplishing one thing. I believe there is such a thing as too much inspiration. Too much outside noise, drowning out your internal voice.
To maybe stop overthinking everything?
What If Everything is Alright, Though?
Sometimes the problem isn’t obvious or even simple to pinpoint.
Is there even a problem right now? Sometimes everything is alright, yet you just don’t feel alright. Like, seriously, WTF?
Maybe there isn’t an obvious elephant of a reason in your life why you don’t feel 100% or feel like getting moving on things. This is honestly the worst, and even harder to determine than a tangible reaction to something emotional, environmental, material, practical or any -al causalities.
“Like, come on Nadalie, what’s the problem now? You’re doing alright. You’ve been telling everyone you’ve come so far, isn’t it hypercritical of you to admit that you’re not 100%? Aren’t things going great? What ya bitching about now? ”
And then it’s like, “UGH like seriously, shut up you stupid voice of doubt and deception.”
That’s the thing, isn’t it?
How can I say that I’ve got this, that I’m on fire, I’m a champion and ready to take on the world, but then next week or that same day say that I just don’t feel like it?
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The Only Hypocrites are the Critics
There is nothing hypocritical about being honest about how you feel in this moment.
The reality of life is one day you feel awesome and untouchable, but the next you can feel defeated and vulnerable. Your feelings, physically and emotionally, don’t have to correlate to where you are in life or how successful or well things are going.
Just because you’re a successful whatever or well known whoever does not mean that you don’t have days or weeks (heck even months or longer) when you just don’t feel like it. You just don’t feel like putting in the time and energy it takes to keep moving.
We all face barriers and get confronted by walls just around the corner from our victories. We all have motivation killers!
Policing of emotions is right up there with the policing of one’s life choices.
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“Why aren’t you smiling? Why aren’t you happy? How can you not be happy? But you’re (fill in title or position here), how can you be (fill in emotion here)?”
These types of questions are crazy judgemental in nature and usually, come from the haters in your life. Personally speaking, I’ve never been a smile all the time bubbly kind of person, my face just doesn’t work that way.
I have a theory that hate is just jealousy in disguise. Jealousy over another’s success, possessions, position, just about anything. So, don’t be distressed because no matter how you do, and how to feel about it along the way, someone’s going to have an opinion.
What can I say, I’ve got sympathy for the haters and the critics.
So, How Are You Really Feeling?
Please, don’t ever ask me this question unless you really want to know the answer, not receive a prerecorded message.
It’s no secret that I seriously hate small talk, but I love real talk.
I just can’t deal with autopilot civilities (not that I’m not civil), so I do my best to avoid moments of nothingness at all costs. You’ll see me disappear soon as an event is over and I will stick to those I already know to avoid it.
You may also know that I will always keep it 100% honest, even when I don’t feel 100. I refuse to use short conversation ending response like “fine,” “great,” “okay” unless I truly am. And even then it’s usually “I’m great because ….” or as you’ll read below, “I’m not great because…”.
Even when asking myself questions like this about how I feel and how I am, I’m real in my responses.
If you can’t be real with yourself, who can you be real with?Don't be afraid to break script and open up about how you're doing. It's okay to not be okay.
The Importance of Self-Analysis
Just like we all love self-cleaning ovens (because who has time for actually cleaning our ovens), we all should know how to run a self-analysis on ourselves when we’re persistently not feeling 100.
If you’re not feeling like it for a day or two, no reason to panic, just rest and recoup.
- Get a few nights of good sleep,
- Spring clean your mind of negativity,
- Indulge in some at home self-care,
- Get some well need me time,
- and just chill out!
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But it’s been more than seven days or so, which is usually the time period any “sickness” should have left you alone, it’s time to go on the offensive.
Just like the warning on your painkiller bottle tells you, “if you experience pain for more than 7 days seek medical attention.”
Well, we all don’t have a psychiatrist on call or even on insurance so learning a few key questions to ask yourself and be open to answering them can be key for moving forward.
WARNING: Once again, please seek professional, medical advice if you need to.
DIY Ten Question Self-Analysis:
Anytime when I just don’t feel like it, I ask myself a series of questions. Each question helps me get to the bottom of what’s happening, and why I feel unmotivated.
The reason could be anything from I’m ill, having an allergic reaction to something I ate, all the way to I’m depressed, anxious and just having a really bad go at it.
To help you do the same for when you’re not feeling like it, here are my honest and actual answers to these questions. Be sure to get your Printable Self-Analysis Workbook and follow along.
#1. How are you feeling?
“Honestly, not so great. For the last week plus I’ve been feeling sick or rather having an illness like feelings, similar to when I was in the workforce. The energy level just isn’t there right now.”
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#2. Does anything physically hurt? If so, where?
“The first symptom was my ears, they’ve been hurting for a few weeks now. Picking up on odd frequencies and having ear ache type pains. (Does no one hear that high pitched sound coming from the speakers?) I’ve also been having headaches for over a week, the type I used to get when I was working 9-5. My neck is also tight and I’m breaking out, but that could have been the chocolate bar I inhaled while stress eating the presidential debate.”
#3. Have you ever felt this way before?
If so, what were the circumstances?
“Yes, I know that for me I carry my stress in my neck and shoulders. The headaches were something that happened a lot while working my last two 9-5 jobs. It was a daily pain, that only serious amounts of Tylenol could temporarily check.”
#4. Did something different happen to trigger or cause you to feel “off”?
“The weather dropped to 8 degrees and I was out in a sweater two nights in a row. Yeah, I know my bad. Also, I had finally caught up on client work and then got hired for a few new projects from now until next summer. Isn’t more work a good thing?”
#5. Has anything made you feel better?
Laying down, taking a minute and just not doing much has helped a bit. Caffeine has some days helped the headaches. I do rest up, try to get going but no energy. Can I just hibernate til spring please?”
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#6. How’s your appetite?
Have you been eating and drinking right?
“Nope. Definitely not drinking enough water and probably not eating right. My taste buds are definitely off. Mangos taste like bananas and I have an acid reflux like taste going on, so basically been eating salty and spicy. Hard to eat when nothing tastes right, which makes me think this is physical, not mental or emotional tiredness. I haven’t really been cooking either, which I was totally into after becoming gluten free.
But, if I’m being truthful, the whole can’t eat gluten thing is starting to get to me. I got ‘glutened‘ last month and it was so painful that I guess I’ve gone too strict to the point of not eating, and just too lazy to cook everything.”
#7. Are you off your routine? Have you been active?
“What routine!? Just kidding, sort of. No, not really. I just haven’t been doing some of the leaving the house stuff. What are we talking about actual exercise? You already know that isn’t for me. I have been more homebound than usual. Just not feeling 100% to go to family breakfast and dinner.”
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#8. What’s been on your mind? Is anything frustrating or overwhelming?
“I’ve been feeling behind on my plans, and not feeling well is an inconvenience that makes me worry more. The only thing on my mind is why don’t I feel well and all the things I’ve scheduled to focus on. It’s a cycle, I don’t feel well so I think about what’s to be done, then I think about not feeling well. The truly frustrating part is feeling unwell.”
#9. Is anything bothering or worrying you?
“I’m seriously bothered by the immense displays of racism and sexism in the news. I wouldn’t say I feel unsafe exactly. Actually, I would. It really bothers me and after being on the receiving end a few months back of some verbally assaulting language sent by someone who may think he’s being friendly.
Compounded the ridiculous amount of horror stories I read and see daily, I haven’t been the same. I’ve always wanted to drive across the continent and now I feel like I can’t, by myself. Confession, I also kind of cannot stand my new neighbors and their damn banging all the flipping time. Like, shut up already. UGH.”
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#10. Have you experienced any recent disappointments or let downs?
“Actually quite the opposite, I’ve had some pro-appointments and pick me ups. So seriously, why don’t I feel up? Does being down on Saturday afternoon while watching Luke Cage count? Maybe it’s the opposite – fear of success and progress kicking in perhaps? What can I say it’s complicated.”
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My “prognosis” is likely that it’s 70% not actually feeling physically feeling well, as I’m likely fighting off a cold or infection.
Considering the trigger was me being outside when it was colder than I’m used to and the physical signs of not feeling great are there.
But it’s likely around 30% circumstantial and my mental state. Thinking about not feeling great and being upset about worldly things that worry and frighten me aren’t helping either.
Honestly, doing this self-reflection exercise has already started to make me feel better, now if only I would eat and drink (realized that I had gone 8 hours without eating anything today… I know bad right?). I’m fairly confident from my answers and its a load off my shoulders (which will help with that 30% mental) that it isn’t just my mind or my emotions, it’s my body that’s recovering.
I just need time, sleep, nourishment and hydration. Sometimes it takes longer to heal and stressing over it isn’t helping me at all.
Why Don’t You Feel Like It?
The answers could just as easily have swung the other way, with an emotional and mental reasoning behind my feelings.
Leading up to big decisions like quitting my job or starting a business, these are the types of question I asked myself regularly, which is why I keep asking them anytime I feel “off.”
It’s important to self-analyze yourself when you just don’t feel like it. The answers could be physical, circumstantial, emotional, mental or any combination.
Is it depression, laziness or lack of motivation?
If you don’t know you can’t work through it.
And of course, if it’s not just laziness or a lack of motivation, you should seek professional help.
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It’s alright either way, but if you don’t know what’s actually going on with you, how can you address it?
We’re complicated creatures and just like we have habits and routines for motivating ourselves, we need routine system checkups for understanding our motivations and even more importantly our lack thereof.
What do you do when you just don’t feel like it?
Last Updated on July 11, 2021
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There are a few things in my life I should be doing and am not and I am paralyzed by constant self diagnosis.
Yikes. Self-diagnosis is great and all, like many other tactics, but once something is no longer beneficial or producing results I’d say it’s time to try something else. Just like me and to-do lists or plans, sometimes I have to just throw them out because it’s giving me anxiety and preventing me from actually getting stuff done.
Maybe skip the analysis and just challenge yourself to just do one tiny step to get that momentum? And tell someone so they can keep you accountable.
This was so refreshing to read. September was a weird month for me – I had some travel and my boyfriend and I finally took our first real vacation together. Yet when it came to working on my blog and side hustle, I couldn’t find the energy. I LOVE my blog. I love the brand I’m creating. I’m just feeling exhausted, headachy and lethargic far more than I’d like. My energy reserve is getting directed at my 9 to 5, so when I get home at night (when I would usually dive into side hustle land) it’s all I can do to go for a run before I’m lazy on the couch. I’m also blaming the weather and I think a post-summer crash where I was just go go go for so long that I finally hit a wall. Hoping to get my groove back soon, but it was refreshing to see I’m not alone in this.
Girl, you are definitely not alone. I am on a serious hunt right now for my mojo, because somehow I’ve misplaced it. Sounds like a great September! Who knew living the good life could do be so disruptive to your grove? September was good for me too and things are progressing yet that isn’t translating into momentum for me for some reason. It’s super frustrating. I’m blaming this moment (because it’s a moment and it will pass) on my cold, but maybe we need lulls that make us dig deep, reconnect with why we do this and push us up high again. For me, it’s resting for a bit then just pushing that launch sequence of my buttons that rev me up and light my fire. Beep, beep, boop.
You got this Crystal!
It’s good to be aware of how you’re feeling. It’s even better to set up red flags for yourself so you know how to deal with your mood. This is especially important if you know that your mood will affect someone else.
That’s a great tip about red flags, in this post I call them “triggers.” It’s good to know what sets us off or spiraling.
Thanks for your advice,
I was recenlty diagnosed with bipolar disorder and i struggle with my highs and lows. I think this workbook will actually help, many thanks!
I’m so glad that you find it helpful. <3
I don’t allow frustration or disappointments weigh me down even when I just don’t feel like it. I just have to be real to myself.
That’s quite impressive, not everyone is able to not let it get to them.
Yes, it does happens sometimes when you feel that low & don’t wish to get up, but now I’ve made it a point to never allow myself go into that phase & have an optimism all around..I love meditating, drink healthy, pursue my passions &workout for being happy. And the best as you mentioned, I’ve reduced self – diagnosis, had enough of it in many years!
It’s true that we go through phases of what works and then onto the next. Not everyone has pushed past figuring out what’s going on. Those are great suggestions for staying on track with your emotions and happiness.
Thanks for sharing,
Elizabeth Brico says
This is an interesting, unique post. I agree that it is definitely important to be able perform “self-diagnostics” our ourselves. I think it also important, however, to get a professional diagnosis, although with the state of health insurance in the US possibly coming to a tragic regression soon, we may need to be able to self-diagnose ourselves too. Ugh! We need community and communal care more than ever, which is part of the reason I created a link-up party for people who blog about these issues. I’d love to see you join?
Yes, of course, I’m not in no way saying that you shouldn’t go seek professional help. But, if you’re feeling down it isn’t necessarily something that you need run to get an assessment about. It’s just important to understand our bodies, minds, and our spirits and how fluctuations in anything can affect us. So we can avoid them in the future you know?
YES! I love that, we do need to care for each other.
Sounds interesting, I’ve actually never done a link-up before.
It’s so important to be aware of your feeling so that you can work to making yourself feel better. I think we all have those days when no matter how hard we try, the motivation is just not there but pushing through generally makes me feel better than if I allow myself to sit home and not do anything with my time, I feel guilty if I do that.
But it feels so good. Even this past week for me I’ve been running on empty and just not feeling like it, but a few days of chilling and literally just binge watching a hilarious TV show and I am back in it. We need the rest so we can get that motivation, or we burn out and that’s no fun at all.
FS Page says
Loved the way you chose the words for your write up. Very nice post. So truly said that only you can slow yourself down. The self diagnosis aspect will really help a lot of people, I am sure. Thanks for sharing.
It’s so true, we’re the ones with our foot on the pedal and we only can ease up. It’s just hard to when we’re trying to gain momentum. I’m so guilty of pushing too hard, that’s for sure.
We all fall into a rut sometimes. Its really important to focus on self care and be introspective.
I couldn’t agree more with you. Some love and care goes such a long way.
Ah I totally have this feeling sometimes. One day you’ll feel on top of the world like you’re the most badass woman on the planet and the next day question your purpose or why you’re doing what you’re doing in the first place. Thanks so much this post is great!
YES, that’s totally it and it’s this cycle. For me, it happens maybe every few months. The farther I go, the less frequently it happens, but it still happens.
Thanks for reading,
Being an over achiever I always feel so lazy when I’m not super productive for a day. I am always trying to accomplish something. I need to start asking myself some of these questions when I feel off. Great information!
I can TOTALLY relate! Like not getting SO much done in day is like the worst thing ever.
So glad you find it informative. =)
Arfa Nazeer | Epife Blog says
Absolutely enjoyed the post. Honestly, there are nay weeks when I don’t feel like doing anything at all. Your post has written so well and has covered important aspects. I’m going to bookmark this post and will definitely use the workbook soon.
Yay for being bookmarked. Cheers to getting going and having less nay weeks this summer. Might be hard with the beautiful weather, which is another issue.
Thanks for sharing,
Katie Colella says
Great post, Nadalie. We all get times like this and I am loving your keeping it real attitude! x
Thanks, Katie! I so appreciate that I’m not alone in this.
oh i totally get this way. i have to remind myself why i’m doing what i’m doing and that really helps! love this post!
Oh yes, your why is so important, it gets you going when you just don’t feel like it.
Thanks for the blog love,
Great questions to ask myself and get back on track. Thanks for sharing!
You are so welcome!!
Candy Calderon says
Wow, this post had me in tears… I appreciate so much you sharing all this with us! thank you, thank you, thank you!
Thanks for reading and sharing in my ugh-ness!
Alexandra | The Happy Life Formula says
Another great read! I too HATE small talk but love the real talk as well. I’ve been in a bit of a funk lately, so this self-analysis is helpful (especially when writing a happiness blog!)
Aww thanks, Alexandra! I so appreciate the blog love <3
I can only imagine that one must feel happy and in the mood when writing about happiness. Your content is great, it def. shows that you're committed to helping others live as happily as possible.
Thanks for the love,
Summer @ Coffee With Summer says
This is SO, SO good!! Pinning for when I need these reminders again.
Thank you SO, SO much!
Such an interesting post! I’ve found myself asking those questions because negative feelings or having no motivation rarely has 1 layer. If I dig deeper and talk it out loud with my husband, I can usually find a source for those feelings, several layers in. That is something I’ve really been working on in my journey to have a more intentional life.
That’s so well put, there are many layers to a lack of motivation. I love that you do that together, that’s beautiful. It’s almost like, “how do you really feel?” over and over until you find the source.
Thanks for sharing,
Kristen from The Road to Domestication says
These are good steps to take yourself through for evaluation’s sake! In my experience, when I don’t feel like it is normally when my 10-month-old twins get me up at 5 in the morning…like THIS morning LOL I’ll feel more like it tomorrow 🙂
AWW twins! How adorable, what a lovely way to not feel like it. I hope they let you get some sleep tomorrow morning.
Thanks for reading,
Awesome post Nadalie, very well structured and the self analysis is great. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks so much Yadira!
Neha Saini says
Self analysis is great, its really important to go through self evaluation. It’ll give you confidence for making good and toughest decisions in life. May be at that time you won’t feel good, but later you’ll.
Totally, that’s something I didn’t even think of. Decisions can be hard! It’s good to know thyself, ya know?
Yes, there are days when I don’t feel like doing anything – too lazy to do chores, not motivated to write, that kind of stuff. Whenever I get ‘that feeling’, I try to do fun things outside – like having coffee with friends, jogging at the park, trying out a new restaurant. The change of environment usually perks me up and brightens my mood. 🙂
That’s such a great idea, to just go outdoors and recharge. Fresh air, moving around totally works wonders.
Thanks for sharing,
Ike Paz says
another amazing post Nadalie!
So today I don’t feel like getting on the treadmill. I think you can certainly classify that as lazy. 😉
hahaha. That’s me EVERYDAY!
Mindy Voet says
Great post! If we don’t know why we are unmotivated it can’t be fixed I agree. It could be anything! I need to start self analyzing I think.
Thanks so much Mindy!
It really could be anything, which what’s the most frustrating sometimes.
This was a great read! I’m suffering from zero motivation right now. I started running again and the extra exercise is making me feel more energized!
So glad you enjoyed reading it.
OOH, I like that, I really need to get some exercise, especially since it’s nice out.
Candice Schenk says
I really like this post! I too am honest and can’t stand the canned “I’m fine” answers. Like- what’s the point in talking if it’s not real! I like your suggestions and thoughts for when we aren’t feeling like it! I’m pinning to re read! I
Thanks for the blog love! <3
Right, I completely agree! Auto-responses are the worst, makes chatting the opposite of interesting and exciting.
Bridget Roddy says
wow this is an awesome post, I love all the resources you link to 🙂
Thanks for the blog love, and yay, enjoy!
Carol Cassara says
I feel like this sometimes and it’s not just because I’m lazy or anything. There are days when I’ve been slumped with too much work and I just need a break and then days where I’m just not emotionally ready for anything. On those days, I slow down and focus on making myself feel better.
For sure, it can totally be overwhelm too. That happens to all of us, we just take too much upon ourselves, without enough breaks.
Cheers to taking it easy over the summer,
Brittany Ferrell says
These are such great questions to ask yourself when you are feeling unproductive! Once you know the root cause, you can find a solution! I am saving this!
*yay* to being saved!
Totally, it’s all about solving the puzzle and getting going again.
Julie Syl says
Your 10 questions self analysis is really interesting! I questioned myself as well and I enjoyed reading the post
Nadalie Bardo says
So glad that you enjoyed it! Confession, it was originally more than 10 questions lol.
I’m always asking myself a million and one questions about why I feel off.
kelly reci says
Thanks for this post! I almost forgot to think how am I or how my body is doing! I realized that I am not healthy anymore in spirtiually and physically!
Nadalie Bardo says
Girl – me too! I’m just like chugging along, slaying this, working on that, completely unawares to how I’m actually feeling and doing, beyond WHAT I’m doing ya know?
Elizabeth O says
With all the endless forms of stimulation in the world today, there are times when it’s okay to kick back and regroup.
However, if it becomes a persistent feeling of down, I’d also recommend seeking professional help.
Nadalie Bardo says
We are soooo overwhelmed, even if we don’t “feel” it ya know? But I so believe that sooner or later it hits you and as you say, we’ve gotta just kick back and chill.
Totally agree! We’ve gotta get help when we need it!
Samantha (Vibrant Yogini) says
Thank you for this blog. I love the way it was written and I can totally relate to these. I feel that I have so much passion and excitement for my projects that I sometimes get overwhelmed and try to achieve too much when I should be focusing on one small task at a time and enjoy the journey! Thanks again x
Nadalie Bardo says
You’ve got to pace yourself for sure! I’m like that too – soo excited and burning with passion about my plans, that before I know it I’m passed out at the keyboard.
Yes, scenic goal setting, gotta enjoy the ride.
Nikki | It's All BlogSense says
I can definitely relate to this. I tend to find myself feeling super overwhelmed and I just don’t know what way is up and so I get down. I end up *eventually* picking myself up and throwing myself back at it. One thing I recently did to minimize some of my overwhelm is hire out some work that needed done that I just didn’t feel like doing. Outsourcing to good virtual assistants has been the best decision I’ve ever made!
Nadalie Bardo says
That’s exactly what it’s like. Sometimes the weight of it all gets to you and it pushes you down. That stress and overwhelm could present itself as sickness, or depression. I know for me I need to be careful and pay attention to what my body is telling me.
I really need to get a VA, I’m just overwhelmed about that and not entirely sure where to find one I can trust. Soon I’ll put sometime into finding one.
Thanks for stopping by,
I can completely relate to feeling like this. What helps me the most is talking to God and reading bible versus to help get me through my slump!