So, after several years of isolation it's time to move forwa

steve823j's picture
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So, after several years of isolation it's time to move forward. It's not that I haven't lived life over the past few years. But in retrospect, the more I go and do, the more I feel like I am on the outside looking in. Which makes it ever harder to keep going and doing which eventually leads to implosion.
What implision looks like is me, in pajamas in my bedroom for several months. I have groceries delivered most of the time. I won't say I'm agoraphobic because it's not that I can't go out. Rather, I won't. It's not worth the panic and anxiety and in the end, doing so just feeds the loneliness rather than abating it.
Why now. I have a new therapist who has suggested I do "things" that used to "work" for me. This group used to. I could go on...but I just wanted to say hi. I'm going to go read some if the posts here. Get reacquainted. Hi Kisobel!! It's cool that you're still here.

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kisobel's picture
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Jan 11

Hi back and so good to see you here again. We missed you. Are you ready for it? ------here's a Big hug!

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steve823j's picture
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Jan 11

thanks for the hugs. can never have enough hugs. it's nice to be back.

At the moment, tiger and I are watching reruns of Hill Street Blues. Tiger is my service dog. He's a Plott Hound . it's been a good day. It's warm here in Charlotte. Hugs back to you. I am so glad you're still here

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