Wednesday, April 25, 2012

A Good Cry

After a good cry, I tend to get a migraine. I am not sure what triggers it but it is true. I had one all day today and it is still with me.  Even though I was in pain for most of the day, I felt better. I think I needed to get rid of some pent up emotions and cry. I am honest as I can be on this blog but now and then, I can’t figure out how to write about something and it sits in my head and ferments.

It all came out yesterday with that cry. Pent up feelings of missing Mom, loneliness, a bit of despair that I will end up alone,  not being able to do some of the stuff last night right, work not going well…I feel that I want to be in a different place before I turn 40 in a year and half.

At least today is Wednesday and it is down hill to Friday. I am looking forward to the slow weekend I have ahead of me. I don’t have any plans and that suits me well. Sometimes I am just too busy or the opposite, not busy enough. I think I am going to sleep most of the weekend away. That sounds like a plan to me.

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  1. Oh, I'm so sorry you have a migraine. I struggle with really bad headaches as well (though not migraines). It's hard to function when they hit.

    I'm sorry you're lonely and missing your mom. That is really hard stuff, so no wonder you needed to let it out.

    Sometimes a few days of rest can really help to recharge. I hope you get the rest you need and that you feel better soon.

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    1. Next weekend I have a 3 day weekend and I am totally looking forward to it!

      I have suffered from headaches most of the last 20 years and while, I have a high tolerance, they are getting worse with ear aches, etc as well but they can do nothing.

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  2. I nominated you for a blog award:
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    1. Thank you! I will post about it soon.

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  3. I tend to get headaches after crying or other emotional upsets. Not sure why.

    I think a good cry is cathartic. Sometimes I cry and don't even know why at first, but the more I cry, the more I can name the things that have been weighing on me.

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