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Postby Muppet » 31 Aug 2016 13:40

Jarhara wrote:
Aywen wrote:don't react emotionally but do explain to him how you are feeling. Because he can't see inside your head and he doesn't know how you feel. So explain calmly that you don't like what he said to you.

that's what i did, but only later. at first i couldn't take it and whent away from him untill i was calmer

and for my job, yes, i am back in my old workshop and i can do real work again^^

It definitely takes practice.
They aren't mind readers and you need to teach people how to treat you.
But once you learn to not take things personally, you will feel so free!
:wink: :hug

Glad to read your job is back to how you enjoy it.

Anneke, glad to read your bad mood is over. I hope you are smiling today!

How am i feeling?
Same old thing.
*shrugs and sighs*
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Postby Aywen » 31 Aug 2016 18:00

Jarhara wrote:and for my job, yes, i am back in my old workshop and i can do real work again^^

Yay, that's great!

I am super sleepy. Don't know if I should go for a coffee and try to do something for an hour or go to bed. At 20:00? Too early for bed!
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Postby Larissa » 05 Sep 2016 11:30

I've been better.
Have been struggling with stomach problem for the past month or so.
Today my doctor told me I will most likely need a gastroscopy.
AKA push a plastic tube with a camera down my throat to check what's going on down there.
That should be fun.
First they'll do some blood work and an ultrasound.
Could also be my gall bladder.

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Postby Aywen » 06 Sep 2016 19:16

Larissa wrote:I've been better.
Have been struggling with stomach problem for the past month or so.
Today my doctor told me I will most likely need a gastroscopy.
AKA push a plastic tube with a camera down my throat to check what's going on down there.
That should be fun.
First they'll do some blood work and an ultrasound.
Could also be my gall bladder.

If I was a ship, my owner would beach me in Indonesia and have me scrapped ...

Oh no that sounds awful! :( I really hope the gastroscopy won't be necessary. And I do hope you will feel better soon :hug
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Postby Larissa » 08 Sep 2016 09:59

Thanks, Anneke ! :hug

For now, I can manage with a strict diet and some meds.
From what I understand it could be a lot worse.
Let's see what the doc says tomorrow after the ultrasound and than we take it from there.
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Postby Jarhara » 08 Sep 2016 14:19

health problems always suck and i sometimes feel like a lot of doctors don't care how theire treatment will make you feel.
at least from my experience, they just do a couple of painfull tests and in the end they still don't know what's worng, but thats just me and i am happy for everyone who has better doctors then that...

How do i feel?
disturbed and creeped out
this morning the company's janitor came into our workshop and asked if someone with a strong stomach could help him clean up a dead cat from the delivery-ramp. we thought that someone might have run it over but as it turned out, the cat had been beheaded and then placed there.
My co-worker, who went to help, told us in all detail... a young cat, maybe two years old with it's head cut off clean and no blood or anything around, just the dead body placed in the middle of the delivery-ramp....
this i realy freaky, especially, because our company isn't in a big city where stuff lik this might happen, but in a small village that is surounded by nothing but farmlands..
seriously, who does that kind of thing?
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Postby Muppet » 09 Sep 2016 12:50

Larissa wrote:I've been better.
Have been struggling with stomach problem for the past month or so.
(...)
Could also be my gall bladder.

If I was a ship, my owner would beach me in Indonesia and have me scrapped ...

Please do let me know how you go and what they find out.
:hug

My Gall bladder was an issue for years apparently but went undetected due to the symptoms being masked by my spinal injury/medication use. We didn't know until it was too late. Hopefully whatever it is, they get to the bottom of it ASAP and find a solution! Feel better soon.
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Jarhara wrote:health problems always suck and i sometimes feel like a lot of doctors don't care how theire treatment will make you feel.
at least from my experience, they just do a couple of painfull tests and in the end they still don't know what's worng, but thats just me and i am happy for everyone who has better doctors then that...

Ohhhh i have had some REAL shockers in regards to Doctors.
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How do i feel?
disturbed and creeped out
(...)
seriously, who does that kind of thing?

That is horrible. That actually makes me cry when i hear about stuff like that.
As for who would do such a thing, someone that is in desperate need of mental health help.
That is just twisted.
:cry: :cry: :cry:

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Ok.
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Postby Jarhara » 09 Sep 2016 14:32

Muppet wrote:That is horrible. That actually makes me cry when i hear about stuff like that.
As for who would do such a thing, someone that is in desperate need of mental health help.
That is just twisted.
:cry: :cry: :cry:


today, the police copied the security footage that shows the ramp, because they are already after a guy who killed multiple Dogs of local owners.... I hope that Pet-Murder was caught on cammera and they will get him soon.

how do i feel?
ah..... i don't even now what to say anymore... everything is going wrong somehow... i feel like i need a plan b, c and d for everything that i do
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Postby Muppet » 10 Sep 2016 08:59

Jarhara wrote:today, the police copied the security footage that shows the ramp, because they are already after a guy who killed multiple Dogs of local owners.... I hope that Pet-Murder was caught on cammera and they will get him soon. [/quotes]
That twists my stomach in knots reading stuff like that. I just can't relate or understand that kind of behaviour. I hope they catch whomever it is but the punishment wouldn't be enough as far as i am concerned!!!
:evil:

Jarhara wrote:how do i feel?
ah..... i don't even now what to say anymore... everything is going wrong somehow... i feel like i need a plan b, c and d for everything that i do

Awe, that doesn't sound good.
Sometimes the best way to get through such things is just to surrender to it all and accept it is all beyond your control.
Plans work out, just not always as you planned for them or according to YOUR plans. That can't be helped at times.
:hug

I know that sounds like shitty advice, but it is the truth.
Or at least it is how i have come to accept and navigate life.
I control how i react and what i do next... That's about it.
:hug

How do i feel?
Still crappy pain wise but i'll keep smiling.
I have so many wonderful things going on in other areas of my life so i can't complain.
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I AM having such weird cravings though. Pickled cucumbers. Olives. Pickled herrings. French Fries with extra salt - i don't even eat french fries. Everything salty/vinegar! I can't get enough salt/vinegar!!! I rarely add salt to anything and yet i have been adding salt on everything... Even my apple slices today!!!
*hides face*
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Postby Jarhara » 10 Sep 2016 19:34

Muppet wrote:Awe, that doesn't sound good.
Sometimes the best way to get through such things is just to surrender to it all and accept it is all beyond your control.
Plans work out, just not always as you planned for them or according to YOUR plans. That can't be helped at times.
:hug


you are right..
on friday evening, i took my time to fix as much problems as possible but i told myselfe that i would go off and have some fun with my frinds on saturday, no matter how much of my problemse i would be able to relsove... and it worked! i got more done then i would have thought, and the smal problems taht are left don't bother me that much anymore. just sutting up from the stress and going to that "battle" with my frinds realy helpt^^

almoste forgot it...
how am i feeling?
better, just that one word, as i have no idear what will happen on monday with all what i going on at work, but for now, i am good
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Postby Muppet » 11 Sep 2016 13:45

Jarhara wrote:on friday evening, i took my time to fix as much problems as possible but i told myselfe that i would go off and have some fun with my frinds on saturday, no matter how much of my problemse i would be able to relsove... and it worked! i got more done then i would have thought, and the smal problems taht are left don't bother me that much anymore. just sutting up from the stress and going to that "battle" with my frinds realy helpt^^

I'm glad! You know, the hardest lessons in life to learn, are the ones learnt over time.
:)

better, just that one word, as i have no idear what will happen on monday with all what i going on at work, but for now, i am good

Better is a great word. You'll deal with Monday when it happens and with a 'better' mindset for the lovely weekend you had!
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How am i feeling:
A little stronger.
A little less pain.
Still smiling.
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Postby Muppet » 12 Sep 2016 11:50

How do i feel today?
Happy and relieved.
Free.
Healthy!
There's a word i never thought i would use again about mmyself!
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Postby Thierry » 13 Sep 2016 21:07

Great to read! :) :cheer

Lara: I've done one of those fibroscopies, somewhere around 2008. Not the best moment of my life, but it doesn't take that much time. The only piece of advice I would give you is: breathe and relax ;) And if it's needed, it has to be done. I found out about some stomach problems back then, cured by a life-long treatmen since. And I feel way better!

Jarhara; the cat story is horrible. Can't imagine how I would feel if I saw that. :(


As for me, I'm fed up with heat. 35°C again today, this afternoon in class was just plain horrible. I was sweaty as fuuuuuu and we (= kids and myself) just weren't in the mood for working. A big big storm tonight has put things and temperatures back in order it seems. The baby was showing signs of being concerned with that heat as well, she'll be better with 10 degrees less.
Maybe it's better for you, mankind, not to know what's going on!

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Postby Larissa » 14 Sep 2016 11:03

Lara: I've done one of those fibroscopies, somewhere around 2008. Not the best moment of my life, but it doesn't take that much time. The only piece of advice I would give you is: breathe and relax

In Germany, patients are given a mild anaesthetic before a gastroscopy.
It can be done without it, but after a quick survey, I found out mostly men do it.
Maybe because they want to be tough guys :P .
Now I am more concerned about the not eating part before the procedure (at least fourteen hours without food) and the anaesthetic. My blood pressure is always low and that doesn't go well with those kinds of med.
But it can't be helped.
The appointment is end of October.
I called seven doctors and none of them had anything before end of November.
Now I'll be going to a local hospital.
Makes me wonder if we simply don't have enough doctors in Germany or if too many Germany are sick or hypochondriacs ...

As for me, I'm fed up with heat. 35°C again today, this afternoon in class was just plain horrible.

It is the same here.
Yesterday, my boss sent me and my colleague home one hour early because it was so hot and we didn't have any more work to do. I spend most evenings on my balcony now. Until it gets dark and the mosquitos come out.
Still, I enjoy this kind of weather despite the heat. We had a really bad summer and every ray of sunshine is welcome.
And It won't stay this hot for much longer.
The weather forecast already shows a temperature drop.
So it should get better for you and your little girl :) .

Jarhara, the story about the cat is terrible!
To imagine something like that would have happened to one of mine, when I still had cats ... :cry:
Whoever did it, has serious mental issues.
I hope the police find the person responsible and make sure he receives help. A lot of it!

How do I feel?
Eh ...
I guess, as good as can be expected with a bad stomach and no idea what to eat anymore.
But it'll pass eventually. And if not, I'll find a diet that works and take it from there :) .
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Postby Muppet » 14 Sep 2016 13:42

Thierry wrote:Great to read! :) :cheer

Thank you.
I've been struggling with it since just before the trip but it wasn't until after the trip, May/June, that things became more serous than first thought. I've kept quiet about it because when things get serious, that's just what i do. I clam up. Only my mother knows, i didn't, haven't and most likely won't tell anyone else. That was also why i was craving salt so much. The treatments have depleted it all so my specialist actually told me to eat more vegemite on toast! YES, AUSTRALIAN DOCTORS!!!
:lol:

But all is well now and life goes on like nothing ever happened.
:woohoo: :cheer

As for the heat, i can send you lot some rain!
The south east coast of Australia will be under water within the next few days. We already have flooding and another week of the wettest weather in 100 years coming our way. So, if you want to get wet, just think of me!
*sigh*

Titi, i hope your little one gets relief. Heat always scares me when it comes to the young and old.
:hug

Lara, i hope you find some sort of relief before your investigation. You are already so little... You are going to waste away!
:hug

But seriously, i was writing your reply but got to 10 pages and decided i needed a break and come here and find you know nothing more.
*sigh*

Sending healing thoughts your way.
:hug

I can't believe we will both be doing the hospital thing in October... Pfffff, we ARE getting old and breaking down!
:lol: :P

How am i today?
Good and tired.
Sore and all that crap too from my spine.
Just keep smiling!
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Postby Larissa » 15 Sep 2016 09:05

But seriously, i was writing your reply but got to 10 pages and decided i needed a break and come here and find you know nothing more.
*sigh*

Sending healing thoughts your way.


Thank you, Ness.
The hug was much needed, even if it was only a cyber hug :) .

I can't believe we will both be doing the hospital thing in October... Pfffff, we ARE getting old and breaking down!

Yay to us old ladies !!!
My mum already said I've reached the age grid when these things start happening.
She is such a sweetheart :lol: .
It's interesting to find out how many people already had that procedure done.

I have not forgotten about the link I meant to send you !
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Postby Muppet » 15 Sep 2016 16:52

Larissa wrote:Thank you, Ness.
The hug was much needed, even if it was only a cyber hug :) .

Tell me about it!
I take as much as i can get!
:lol: :hug

Yay to us old ladies !!!
(...)
I have not forgotten about the link I meant to send you !

I've been broken for years... I might be turning 37 next Thursday but i feel like it is really 87!
:lol:

And don't worry about rushing. I'm not going anywhere. I still haven't had a chance to finish the response to you or even start scanning that book for you. Somehow, i have ended up with my time not being mine again... I'm so confused as to how this always happens to me!
:-? :lol:

Anyway, i'm feeling sleepy but happy.
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Postby Jarhara » 16 Sep 2016 07:49

i don't feel that good today...
we all have our little illnesses and for me that's my skin condition.....
i first remember having "problems" with my skin, when i was about 5 or 6 years old but it was always more annoying then a real problem... i've gotten used to it that the touch of someone elses skin feels like a sunburn or that healing a smal cut can take over a month.... but earlyer this year i starded to some issues with the skin on the back of my hands and that is not good, cause i have to wear latex gloves for work. i got tested for latex-allergy but the test came out negativ and they told me to return if i would have those problems again.. for the last two weeks it looked as if it was starding again so i took up my treatment again... but today things got worse....

I might be turning 37 next Thursday but i feel like it is really 87!
:lol:

and i am 21 but today i feel like 40....

now i've gotta go and see my dermatologist and buy some sensitv band-aids
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Postby Muppet » 16 Sep 2016 14:11

Jarhara wrote:i don't feel that good today...
we all have our little illnesses and for me that's my skin condition.....
i first remember having "problems" with my skin, when i was about 5 or 6 years old but it was always more annoying then a real problem... i've gotten used to it that the touch of someone elses skin feels like a sunburn or that healing a smal cut can take over a month.... but earlyer this year i starded to some issues with the skin on the back of my hands and that is not good, cause i have to wear latex gloves for work. i got tested for latex-allergy but the test came out negativ and they told me to return if i would have those problems again.. for the last two weeks it looked as if it was starding again so i took up my treatment again... but today things got worse....

That sounds terrible!
:(

So how do you mean? Is your skin is super sensitive/delicate and reacts to things? Or is it the nerve endings? Both?
You poor thing.
Is it painful to wear clothes?
:cry:

I don't know what to say.
I only hope you improve as fast as possible and i'm sending healing thoughts your way.
Tomorrow is a full moon. I'll be sure to send you my energy and love.
:hug

now i've gotta go and see my dermatologist and buy some sensitv band-aids

GOOD LUCK!
:wink:

How do i feel?
Happy.
Free.
The pain levels aren't going down as fast as i would like.
Neither is it going away anytime soon and never fully will so meh, i try and distract myself as much as possible.
The weather is wet and cold.
Still cleansing all areas of my life...
Things, thoughts, feelings, people...
I've surrender and allowed myself to be vulnerable for once and the amount of love i have had sent my way, has truly humbled me.
It's SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO AMAZING to feel appreciated!
I'm always overlooked because i'm the strong, silent, sensible one that keeps my distance and doesn't demand things.
I know what is truly important in life and can see past a lot of things that happen but sometimes even i break...
It was nice to be scooped up and put back together by those that truly care.
I only wish i didn't have to break for them to have actually realised and shown it.
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Postby Jarhara » 16 Sep 2016 15:40

Muppet wrote:So how do you mean? Is your skin is super sensitive/delicate and reacts to things? Or is it the nerve endings? Both?
You poor thing.
Is it painful to wear clothes?
:cry:


it's hard to explain... my skin is realy sensitive to some things.. the glue on regular band-aids (thats why i need "sensitiv"-ones), greasy make-up, certain fabrics... and depending on the weather (temprature, air pressure, humidity) the touch of skin.... this is realy great on a hot day, if i am riding the bus and someone touches my skin.. it feels like i've been hit on a fresh sunburn.....
from time to time i get reactions like now, that parts of my skin just itch all the time or even rip open and bleed.. and if that happens it usually never fully heals.... thats why i am covered in a lot of tiny scars... some things heal normaly but some take an eternity and leave scras even if it never was a big wound....

by the way, with the worng weather air actuelly feels worse then clothes (thats why i sometimes wear a hoodie made from mesh fabric, even if it's realy hot)

Muppet wrote:I'm always overlooked because i'm the strong, silent, sensible one that keeps my distance and doesn't demand things.


oh i know that..... i usualy hate it if people pitty me.. it makes me feel so powerless... and i hate to drag others down with my problems....

also, this kind of thing reminds me of the lyrics of a song.. it's in german but here is a quick transaltion
"Don't ask about my sorrows
my needs do not matter
no-one should live in suffering
no-one should no pain
don't ask about my fears
never ask what happend"
it's a song about the "silent hero"-type, who always takes others pain away but keeps their own problems locked inside.

i am glad i didn't "lock myselfe in" with my problem
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