Food For Thought

Good morning!

I have something hard to admit. I’m back to smoking cigarettes again, sometimes. My Love got back on them, and then so did I. I’m sorry, guys.

With that aside, and off my chest, I want to start the day on a good note. I know I will probably become depressed by noon. I don’t know how I came up with that, but I always seem to be depressed by then.

I recently had a bit of a fallout with a friend. It was my last straw with them. I helped them numerous times over the past few years to deal with their BPD and relationship issues. Everytime they called or texted, I answered. Now with me having a rough past month, they’ve been on vacation and haven’t answered my calls or texts. I’m tired of giving my all to people who can’t give their all to me. If you can’t give your all to me, and I’M giving you my all…fuck it then. Ima let you go.

I wish people would interact with my blog more. I’m not sure how many people are completely seeing it, but I would love some feedback. About anything. Maybe what I should post more of, or if you have any questions about me.

You can follow me on Twitter, if you’d like: @TheRecoveryLife

Or on Instagram: @LifeLoveRecovery

I want to leave you guys with a semi-motivational quote:

“Memories are meant to serve you, not enslave you.” – someone

Thanks for reading! And until next time!

6 Comments

  1. HI. I’ll interact. I might sound a bit like a mom, though. To help me know you better, what do your typical days look like? Do you work, go to school, have a hobby in addition to writing? I’ll go first: I have a job in management at a Renaissance festival in Texas, I have a husband, three grown kids, one six month old granddaughter, and another grand on the way. My mom was bipolar, so was my brother, so I have been around people with mental health issues my whole life. I am currently taking medication for anxiety, I take bupropion.

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    • Moze Pray says:

      Hey! My typical day is very slow. I do not have a job. I am on disability but currently applying to jobs. I like photography and writing. As well as, social media. My typical day, past 3 days, has been full of sleep, due to a new medicine I’m on. I probably slept 20 hours everyday past 3 days. I’m starting to come out of the phase though. Very neat what you do. I am in Texas as well.

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  2. Ugh. New meds are the worst. If noon seems to be a time when you have a mood shift, could you intentionally schedule something active at that time, maybe head outside to take photos around 11:45? If your body and mind are active and engaged around that crucial time, it might trick you into avoiding the slump.

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    • Moze Pray says:

      That’s a good idea. I never thought of that. I will try that. Yes, around noon. I just happened to not sleep late today. I’ve been up since 2am. I’m hoping this over-sleeping phase of the medicine is over with.

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