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Day 1 Lock & Load. Here I go!

Discussion in 'Structured Educational Program' started by KathyC, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. KathyC

    KathyC Peer Supporter

    Hi guys. I'm not a gun totin' gal, but the title was catchy. I'm not new to journaling or "taking inventory" as suggested in 12 step groups, so I'm feeling pretty good about what's to come. As I type I am packing and getting ready to move 1000 miles across country hauling a Uhaul with my geriatric blind dog in the front seat. New job, new town, new co-workers and stressing over winter roads that might prove difficult. So all the phantom aches and pains are in full bloom. I even hired someone to load my trailer fearing more pain from all the lifting and carrying. I like having a bit of an "accountability factor" with you guys urging me to continue with the journaling I started today. Thanks for being here! Kathy
     
  2. veronica73

    veronica73 Well known member

    Welcome, Kathy!
     
  3. Jilly

    Jilly Well known member

    Welcome, Kathy ... we're all in this together ! And I'm glad you hired some help... ;)
     
  4. Stella

    Stella Well known member

    You will learn a lot on the Wiki. Welcome to great support and lots of insight. Sandy
     
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  5. Forest

    Forest Forum Administrator

    Moving across the country and driving all that way is without question a stressful situation and can easily be a factor in the exacerbation of TMS symptoms. Part of recovering from TMS is committing yourself to the approach and to the work. Your positive attitude to journaling and learning more about TMS will help you along the way. You are in the right place, and will begin to make progress in time.
     
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