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Offline delilah07

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So much happening
« on: February 22, 2022, 02:30:05 am »
 I was depressed and thought forget the pharmacy and my Triumeq. I was almost a week without it before I ended up in the emergency room. Where I was diagnosed with Colitis.
 Then last week we filed for bankruptcy. Well we started the process anyway.
 So there is a chance I may lose my car. Then again I may get to keep it.
 Either way Iíve just been walking and trying not to eat things that can inflame my colon. Although I ate half a tomato on my sandwich today.
 A couple days ago I was laying in bed mentally listing all that I have going wrong in my life. Then I just realized I can turn it all around. Thatís when I began walking.
 I also gave up drinking. I tried to drink and it just did not interest me.
 Lately Iíve been crocheting and baking. I might get my guitar out tomorrow and finally do some exercises.


Offline Almost2late

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Re: So much happening
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2022, 11:49:03 pm »
Sorry about your colitis, but are you saying that you were off your triumeq for a week?

Then I just realized I can turn it all around. Thatís when I began walking.
 I also gave up drinking.

Well this is good news, and a positive step in the right direction. This is how I felt about quitting smoking.

Best of luck.

Offline delilah07

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Re: So much happening
« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2022, 04:00:57 am »
Yes, I was off Triumeq for a week. I guess I was depressed enough to lie in bed and just be a negative thinker.

My Mom used to smoke. I asked her to give it up for my 13th birthday. And she did. She smoked right up until midnight of my birthday.


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