Sunday, January 16, 2011

Frustration Abounds

If I had to describe my mood and feelings for the past 15 days, the word would be FRUSTRATED!  It seems that everywhere I turn, I simply become more frustrated at my lack of control. 

Even with the preventative meds, I am dealing with long lasting migraines.  This makes it frustrating to get out of bed - it's the only place I really want to be when my head hurts.  I try to exercise - it makes my head hurt more.  I do my job - it makes my head hurt.  Frustrating!

 A lack of communication = frustrating.  Being put in the middle means more frustration.  I keep trying to find ways to make it better.  It seems a solution may have been found, but we'll see how this week goes.

Men = really frustrating!  Not that I think I've found "the one" yet, but I don't like wasting my time.

Sometimes, all I want to do is sit on my couch and enjoy my house.  More often than not, I can't.  Work, school, other people's needs, keeping up with the chores.... frustrating.  I did last night, but only because I hurt myself at the slopes and it was all I could do.

I felt like I needed to explain my lack of blogging.  I hate being negative all the time.  Hopefully things will get easier in the next week or so, and I'll be back around more.


Bicoastal Bride said...

Sorry you've been having such a rough time lately. For me, the past month has brought nothing but stress, since I think I may have finally hit the point where I've taken on too many projects and responsibilities. I hope you feel better soon!

jennifer said...

I hope you get your migraines under control soon. have you tried acupuncture? it worked wonders for me and my migraines.

Chocolate Lover said...

So sorry lady! Hang in there!Hope it all gets better soon!

Princess Christy said...

Thanks ladies. I am up for trying anything.
Jennifer - the idea of acupuncture scares me, but I'm going to look into it. One of my friends swears by it. I'm a little worried about the cost and repeat appointments.

jennifer said...

I ended up only having about 10 appointments all in a row, and luckily insurance covered some of the cost. I've gone back once or twice since the initial ten. And yeah, having needles in your head, face and hands can be scarey- but honestly it changed my life!