Worrying About Life

My worries are a thin stream of fear trickling through my mind.  If encouraged it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained.

I have been very distressed over the past few days.  I have not been behaving well.  I have upset my friends and done some reprehensible things.

How I can ever recover from this slough of despond?  How can I make it up to my friends?

I have worries just like everyone else.  However I don’t have to ruin my life. or dwell on my worries or make them any bigger than they are.

I should ‘pull myself together’ and not try to solve my problems with booze.

My problems and worries are caused by Borderline Personality Disorder, which I suffered from most of my life.  BPD is a horrible mental illness, and it’s now really getting me down.  I need to find a way of recovering from this illness.

Maybe I should get outside and look at the sky.

Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

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  1. […] feeling pretty good today, but that conversation with my friend, about me writing posts entitled; Worrying About Life, Feeling very ill, and I have my problems, has put me right back to square […]

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  2. Silence is a way to avoid being rude, for tongue spoils many things in life.

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  3. Accept powers without ever glorying in it. Watch them flow with the same indifference you will see them leave tomorrow. Because the powers do not stay. Hurry up. Life is short, and your task is huge.

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  4. Looking at the sky sounds like a great start! Sending healing vibes your way…

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    1. Thank you Christine. ❤

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  5. Sending healing energy to you, Jack!

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  6. I am sorry that you are struggling so much Jack. Try to keep positive.

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  7. 😢 you have friends here too… stay positive!!! 💙

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    1. Thanks Kitten. Your kind comments always make me feel better. ❤ ❤ ❤

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  8. Your friends will understand as they are true friends. Stay encouraged.

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    1. Thank you for your encouragement. ❤

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