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As I’ve started to adjust to the fact recovery will be more of a slow & steady marathon than a quick sprint, I’m offloading non-essential activities and reducing my work commitments.

 

Even the activities required to “slow down” can be tiring, but the more I let go of - the anxiety and headaches are less intense. I’m hoping and praying for a slower pace so I can heal & enjoy my son’s wedding in May.


Best to you all.  

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Hi Keyo

 

Great to hear off loading non essential things  and reducing work commitments are helping with the anxiety and headaches.

 

I really hope that you will feel healed and rested enough to enjoy your Sons wedding in May.

I am sure you will feel exhausted after all the celebrations, but it will be worth it :) 

 

Take care

Love Tina xx  

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