My blog is going to become a psychiatrist.... It might be helpful to account for each day for a while & see where it leads., i.e. how much is positive & how much is negative thinking & then try to turn the negatives into something positive.
Still reading & re-reading the comments of understanding & love left on my blog....I find these of great comfort; will continue to read them several times each day. (positive.)
Still can't stop the tears (negative); I look terrible & pale as a ghost. (negative)
They are fewer than yesterday; No one has run away in fright so I can't look that bad.
What happened in Canberra will happen again because I'm always running alone. (negative)
I can't be absolutley sure that this will happen again & there 's a possibility there might be someone else as old & slow...who knows for certain?
It's bound to happen that I'd get lost if ever I did a long distance again. (negative)
There's no proof that I'll always get lost.
I have no appetite & can't eat much. (negative)
It's true I'm not enjoying food, but this will change when the sick feeling passes.
I'm a real wet blanket at home, making others miserable too.
Jim is upset for me & has taken it all very much to heart which shows how much he loves me; when my darkness lifts so will his. I smiled & talked as best I could to a lady who was walking her dog.
I keep saying and thinking a favourite prayer : "Give me serenity to accept the things I cannot change". (positive)
I took my 3 doggies for a walk & they had a great time on the scent of rabbits. They made me smile. (positive)
Tomorrow is another day....