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to @ Change and @ Moffit! It’s great to have you here in the Nest.. just in case you haven’t already found it, here’s a link to the Toolbox. There is so much good reading there, advice, support, ideas.. Tool box.. Like the others have said, Acceptance has been the most important thing for me, changing my mindset, taking alcohol completely off the lumbar hernia symptoms table as an option, finding gratitude for all of the things I GET from sobriety.. peace of mind, time, clear skin and eyes, NO more headaches or hangovers, clarity, good sleep, the ability to listen and make good decisions escoliosis dorsal derecha sintomas, etc. This is a very short list. The second most important thing for me has been to follow through on the promise to myself to check in here each and every day and to post like a maniac, especially if I feel unsure or uneasy or want to drink or if there’s even a shimmer that I might want to, basically every day, twice a day!..


I come here FIRST and write it out, I read back on the years of experience and I choose to believe what they say.. Even if I don’t feel it at the moment, I BELIEVE that life is better in the long run.. so much better than I can imagine until I give myself the chance to experience it myself. One day at a time, I’m proving it to myself, which feels really good.

Kensho, I’m glad to hear that your neck pain is subsiding. It sounds like you have some experience dealing with it when it occurs.. here escoliosis consecuencias’s to strengthening our bodies and taking care of ourselves. It’s been a long time coming for me and it’s difficult to take it slowly! But after years of mis-use I know that slow and steady is the answer. I haven’t yet listened to the cd’s (I knew I wouldn’t have the opportunity here) but I am so looking forward to beginning next week when I’m home. Thank you again for sending them..

Ava, I know you’ll have a wonderful time at the concert! I hope the not smoking won’t be as difficult as you’re anticipating.. do you have any sort of "substitute" to use in such situations? minty gum is all I can imagine, but estenosis espinal lumbar I have no idea. I’ve heard more Phil Collins the past 2 weeks, driving around in the car, listening to the 80’s on 8 radio station. One cirugia hernia discal lumbar of my favourite things to do here, as I don’t have a car or a radio at home.. the simple pleasures!

Byrdie, so happy to hear you starting to feel better.. I know it isn’t the best way to take time off, but sometimes it’s what our bodies have to do to keep us at home and in bed! I know that’s happened to me many times. Great post with regards to staying present and being grateful for our blessings… even the very basic things, food and shelter, that every escoliosis toracica person should have.. I’m so grateful for, as there’s a down and out, hopeless feeling homeless person with just a shopping cart or backpack and a sign on almost every corner here. At the moment I feel so fortunate that my problem is one I have complete control over.. simple, but not easy (as we all know!), but simple. Choose anything other than alcohol and my life improves! So I’m counting my blessings for my family, my girls, my job, my friends, you all!, my warm home, enough food, my health, my cats, my healing brain, the list goes on and on..

Well now I’ve run out of time.. I wanted to respond to all of the great posts and I have que es escoliosis dorsolumbar all of you in my mind! We’re heading on a road trip up north for the day… I’ve decided to just accept how my dad is and enjoy the time we have together. I know that I can’t change him.. I can change the time that we have our weekly phone call so that it’s his morning and he’s drinking a coffee instead of alcohol. He’s told me so many stories this time and I will make notes. I’ve decided to come once a year now to visit on my own.. I’ve been able to be completely present contractura lumbar duracion with my parents.. there’s so much I didn’t know about their lives and still don’t and I’m at a point where I want to make the connections. We never know how much time we have to share. I appreciate so much all that you’ve shared here with regards to aging parents and alzheimers, NS, Lav, Pav, Slo.. thank you.

Had a very broken sleep last night, which I am putting down to the sugar condition. Woke up from the weird sleep feeling pretty "low", but I know it is part of the sugar withdrawal process. Am still eating some fruit (perhaps equivilant to one piece per day) and allow myself to have 1/4-1/2 tsp in a decaf or chai tea. I think eventually I will go 100% sugar free for a while, but am building up to it. Maybe some time next week. Have been reading about how the brain escoliosis derecha needs to reset. Interesting reads on it here: Quitting sugar

@ Bellegirl: We all know that dabbles don’t work! Congratulations on Day 1 and for reaching out dolor lumbar ejercicios and thinking about this actively. It sounds like you’ve had some triggers lately, but something I am realising is that we need to replace our old coping mechanisms with new coping mechanisms. Would it help you to make a list of "triggers" and then next to each one, in another column list the "strategies" that you might take? Eg, if a trigger is anxiety, you could put "five minutes of self-talk" as your strategy, where you will talk to yourself, address the anxiety and rationalise your way through it?

I believe that all those years of alc abuse (there, I said it!) puts us in a cocoon where we think we are protecting ourselves from the realities of life, but we are really escoliosis lumbar dextroconvexa cutting ourselves off from challenges and more importantly, from developing the coping and resilience mechanisms that we need to get through these things.

@ Pavati: Management! Management of people is the hardest thing sometimes! Especially if it’s something you’ve had escoliosis dorsal derecha to initiate and she hasn’t necessarily asked for it. Some of the most experienced managers I have encountered use an indirect method whereby they weave "instructions" into seemingly informal conversations outside of supervision time. I find that giving examples of what may happen if the procedure etc is not followed could also be effective, eg, so that they see the consequences without it being "threatening" as such. Sometimes, even asking questions and letting them come to their own conclusions can be effective, although it depends on the situation and seriousness of the supervision. I guess you’ve got to show on paper that you are doing your "job" so that it doesn’t come back on you either.

I have a colleague that lumbar herniated disc symptoms is very good at "managing" people. She is not above or below me in rank, but looks upon every colleague as a person that needs to be "managed" rather than befriended. I see this logic, but because I am quite astute, I know what she is doing and it sometimes annoys me, although I let it "go" and realise this is a skill I would like to develop.