His Pain + My Pain = No SpeakEasy call.

I’m sorry to say that I will not be able to hold the PPD SpeakEasy support phone chat that was scheduled for this coming Tuesday. 

DH and I are both dealing with spinal ouches. His pain is much greater than mine. ‎3 days ago he herniated disc in his lower back. Recovery time is a total crapshoot: it can take a couple of weeks to several months before he is comfortable again. The tension of this situation is causing  to flare up, so as you can imagine, ours is not a cheerful home right now. I’m not sure which is harder to bear: my own considerable discomfort, or his pain. The former stretches my patience and ability to react kindly, but his pain just tears my heart. Specifying your culture, age, ethnic background, religious or political https://pro-essay-writer.com/ inclinations. He is such a good man, he really does not deserve any pain ever. And I am determined to be as kind to him as possible during his time of need. He has been such a loving caregiver during the worst of my depression, that I am determined to rise up to the occasion, now that he needs me.

With the uncertainty in my household right now, I can’t even offer an alternative date at this point.
I’m sorry to have to cancel this call, I know many of you look forward to it very much. I hope you understand that I have to respect my capacity (or in this case, lack thereof) during this tough time for my family.
As you can imagine, , and I am definitely resorting to all of the coping skills in my … I am beyond grateful for having these tools; when I remember to use them I know that with if I continue to respect capacity, make a commitment to self-care and self-kindness, and to giving myself , and  this rough patch will not lead to a slide back into depression. Sure, this trust is peppered by moments of panic, but I recognize them for what they are, use my tools, and let them be heard and move on. So the result is that I’m in trust enough of the time…
Please send healing thoughts and prayers. Thank you.

 

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His Pain + My Pain = No SpeakEasy call.

I’m sorry to say that I will not be able to hold the PPD SpeakEasy support phone chat that was scheduled for this coming Tuesday. 

DH and I are both dealing with spinal ouches. His pain is much greater than mine. ‎3 days ago he herniated disc in his lower back. Recovery time is a total crapshoot: it can take a couple of weeks to several months before he is comfortable again. The tension of this situation is causing  to flare up, so as you can imagine, ours is not a cheerful home right now. I’m not sure which is harder to bear: my own considerable discomfort, or his pain. The former stretches my patience and ability to react kindly, but his pain just tears my heart. Specifying your culture, age, ethnic background, religious or political https://pro-essay-writer.com/ inclinations. He is such a good man, he really does not deserve any pain ever. And I am determined to be as kind to him as possible during his time of need. He has been such a loving caregiver during the worst of my depression, that I am determined to rise up to the occasion, now that he needs me.

With the uncertainty in my household right now, I can’t even offer an alternative date at this point.
I’m sorry to have to cancel this call, I know many of you look forward to it very much. I hope you understand that I have to respect my capacity (or in this case, lack thereof) during this tough time for my family.
As you can imagine, , and I am definitely resorting to all of the coping skills in my … I am beyond grateful for having these tools; when I remember to use them I know that with if I continue to respect capacity, make a commitment to self-care and self-kindness, and to giving myself , and  this rough patch will not lead to a slide back into depression. Sure, this trust is peppered by moments of panic, but I recognize them for what they are, use my tools, and let them be heard and move on. So the result is that I’m in trust enough of the time…
Please send healing thoughts and prayers. Thank you.

 

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