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Chloe
Saturday, September 20, 2008, 5:26pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Chloe, you could be describing me to a T here (whatever T means). Not to mention, having to prepare meals for other GT's! Compliance is definitely related to organization for me. Now, this could be a chicken and egg thing, but it is so hard to get organized with a fuzzy non-compliant head.



You might have expressed this better that I did (the first time..I had to edit that post!)..
It was pointed out to me that I sounded as if I were in dire straits....close to having a
breakdown of some kind..but in reality, you're right in saying "compliance is related to
organization".  I don't know why I couldn't just say it simply the first time....!



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You might have expressed this better that I did (the first time..I had to edit that post!)..
It was pointed out to me that I sounded as if I were in dire straits....close to having a
breakdown of some kind..but in reality, you're right in saying "compliance is related to
organization".  I don't know why I couldn't just say it simply the first time....!

And I was thinking... "what a beautifully expressed post by Chloe". Maybe because it hit home with me, but also because I wonder sometimes why I can't (or don't) express myself in such detail, even though I know what's going on inside.


I'm onto you, 'euphoria'
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You might have expressed this better that I did (the first time..I had to edit that post!)..
It was pointed out to me that I sounded as if I were in dire straits....close to having a
breakdown of some kind..but in reality, you're right in saying "compliance is related to
organization".  I don't know why I couldn't just say it simply the first time....!



To clear up the confusion.... so no one takes anything incorrectly... I had written to CazB expressing my concern for her situation and accidently sent it to Chloe.  And I don't feel like I had indicated that anyone was going to have a breakdown in my email that accidently was sent to Chloe.  I feel that is a bit extreme and I would never say that to anyone.

I expressed that I felt I wished she could take a few days off to recoup and gain strength toward getting on track as many times when adrenals are shot, one has to just stop and rest but I knew that was not possible for her because of her family obligations.  It was an email with the utmost sympathy  as I have been in those shoes one too many times.

I tried to delete the email thinking that it had been deleted right after I saw I had sent it to Chloe by accident but obviously not!  

I sincerely apologize for the confusion that has lead to a simple PM being sent to someone out of compassion and concern being turned into an event!     
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Funky, let me just say that your compassion and concern are greatly appreciated!  I am sorry that the PM's got mixed up and Chloe received it too, but it really helped to receive your message and know that someone understood.  I was feeling a little desperate for those couple of days but today is a new day and I'm gonna sit down with my darling hubby this afternoon and ask for some help (good idea Master Drive  )

And now, to bring the thread right back to the beginning....Funky, it has been a week since this thread started, have you been avoiding the black dots?  Has there been any difference for you?


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Caz, I hope you find that your husband is willing to help.  Let us know how it goes!
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To clear up the confusion.... so no one takes anything incorrectly... I had written to CazB expressing my concern for her situation and accidently sent it to Chloe.  And I don't feel like I had indicated that anyone was going to have a breakdown in my email that accidently was sent to Chloe.  I feel that is a bit extreme and I would never say that to anyone.

I expressed that I felt I wished she could take a few days off to recoup and gain strength toward getting on track as many times when adrenals are shot, one has to just stop and rest but I knew that was not possible for her because of her family obligations.  It was an email with the utmost sympathy  as I have been in those shoes one too many times.

I tried to delete the email thinking that it had been deleted right after I saw I had sent it to Chloe by accident but obviously not!  

I sincerely apologize for the confusion that has lead to a simple PM being sent to someone out of compassion and concern being turned into an event!     


Funkymuse, just so I say this publicly and let everyone know I know this was a PM sent to me
by you in error...but from my perspective having re-read my original post a day later (after receiving your PM), I quickly edited because it did sound to me that I was using language that
sounded more extreme than it should have sounded...I was using words that did sound like
I was having a meltdown or something (and these are MY words, not yours)

...but in reality, if I had read what CazB was saying, I might have realized that this wasn't about me at all...And given you were speaking about a family causing undue stress, I remembered I had added a post to Peppermint Twist's
thread telling her I wish I could pick up and go to Mexico with her. SO you see,
I was absolutely sure you had read what I wrote there and decided that I was under
huge stress.(and maybe thought I felt like ditching my life and running away)..

When you sent your heartfelt concern for CazB to me (for what I believed was based
on what you read that I wrote on two different posts), I immediately felt you misunderstood
me. So, I wrote you to explain...  I really don't think you're the type of person to be telling anyone they're having a meltdown or breakdown....but I honestly did feel slightly paranoid thinking I had sent out an SOS message when all I was doing was explaining that I've felt "out of control" when my life isn't focused with  a good diet.

It's taught me something...to re-read all posts in a thread first before responding...and to re-read all my posts carefully before I share anything... and try to imagine that others are reading words without seeing my face or hearing my voice....

CazB, I just read your posts for the first time and you have my heartfelt compassion.

And Funkymuse, you have no need to apologize...It was just a mistake....and I had no
way of knowing that until after I edited and heard from you that you sent that PM to me
in error.

Let's move on....





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funkymuse
Monday, September 22, 2008, 2:12am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Let's move on....



Onward!!!!!  

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This is a bit silly but when do people weigh and feel like they have an accurate body weight, in the morning after the morning passages or ??
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personally I weigh myself when my feet first hit the floor in the morning. Before any other ablutions.
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funkymuse
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personally I weigh myself when my feet first hit the floor in the morning. Before any other ablutions.


Do you find a pretty regular stability in that or does it fluxuate a lb or 2 every few days?
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