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Thread: Still hate my job i started in january thinking about going part time

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    It is a great start to have arranged assistance in managing your physical health.

    Seeing as international worker's day is a holiday, you are in Europe apparently, possibly central. and are now fully insured. This means you get therapy for free with your doctor's referral.

    Your health certainly isn't helping your situation, and needs to be tended to, but managing your physical condition will not miraculously cure your procrastination.

    This appointment is the best opportunity to get assistance from someone who can help you overcome your avoidance.

    Your mom is struggling with two mouths to feed on her own, and nobody knows how long she'll be able to do that for. We have a way of receiving the lessons we need on the very paths we take to avoid them - consider that you can be forced into suddenly having to function like a responsible adult, or you can avoid the stress of such necessity by willingly working towards that level of independence and functionality.

    Don't let yourself fall into the trap of self-deception that a good diet and thyroid meds will clear up the psychological resistance to take control of your life, but use this little personal victory as encouragement and reminder that you've decided on a new direction, and are using everything at your disposal to remove all self-imposed obstacles out of the way.

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    ye, treating my condition will not make my life magically amazing but i think and hope it will improve my VERY negative view on life etc and help me be more active. i used to be different and not such a procrastinating slob. nowadays i get overwhelmed unnaturally quickly and doing the easiest stuff "now" is incredibly hard for me. even just making a stupid phone call ill be like: "ye ill do that tmrw".

    and ill still be looking for another job. but i feel like i can bear it a little better atm, than when i opened the thread.

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    Ever thing about trading your spin class for something like weight lifting? If you are out of shape, weight lifting can go a long way in reshaping your body and giving you confidence and strength. You can lose the weight and have some muscle underneath, instead of losing the weight and just being skinny fat.

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    welp, i got my bloodtest results today. turns out my thyroid dysfunction is not even a problem anymore but i got way too high bloodsugar. got meds for both tho. (she said it would make it a little easier to lose weight, so she still gave me thyroid meds) she said if i lose 10-15kg id probably already be fine. she still sent me to get checked out at the diabetologist, and she will check me again in 2 weeks.

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