This has been my day

I’ve slept the day away despite having things i need to do. It’s odd as i don’t think im depressed yet my bed feels so good. Is it just habit now? Am i just procrastinating? Im not sure either way.

4 thoughts on “This has been my day

  1. It’s OK. Sometimes we need to listen to our body and mind. I have days in bed, and weeks where I’ll hibernate. Sometimes it’s physical tiredness but other times its mental and emotional tiredness, where I just don’t have anything left. These are times I just need to rest and recharge. This often results in me just not literally being able to get out of bed often or face doing much at all. It is exhausting having any kind of mental illness. Then add on top of that, normal every day stresses and problems.

  2. I can see how the bed is tempting. I have done it myself because of feeling so low and after a week off and back in the old routine of getting up early, all I can think of is no. I have been thinking like this constantly since late yesterday afternoon of not wanting to get back into a routine. It’s normality and with things that have gone on this year, this normality makes it hard. Harder to get up and get on with life.

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