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Posted: 14 June 2014 - 08:12 PM
Hi Tillie, thanks for your reply and suggestions :-)

-.On to have a schedule and force myself.-

Sometimes think I need a crane or a trailer to make me move, get up, do things or go out of my room. Know I need to get self-regulation, willpower and discipline, but how? :-s

To have a schedule is easy, the hard part is fulfill... I have been struggling with that for a looooong time. Even, now I've a printed schedule attached to my window.
Need to get control. I set an alarm to turn off my computer, but ignore it systematically.

I rent a room in a student house, we have a shared kitchen, shared washing place, etc., then, when I become unsociable and don't want to be seen, have to wait until there is nobody near to go out. Yes, it has no sense :-(

Sometimes I'd like to stop time and sleep all what I need, disconnect from outer requirements, stress, don't know... Stop time until I have solved my problems and can go ahead with my life. It's impossible, I know.

Yes, I have to make an effort and don't let me sink... more...

Posted: 14 June 2014 - 05:34 PM
HI :)
To get yourself straightened out the first things you must do are...

eating proper meals at proper times of the day, a schedule.

take all/any medicines daily at the same time every day, a schedule.

make an effort to get a proper amount of sleep every night, a schedule.

Once you have done these things you will start to have a clearer head, be able to think straight.
When you are thinking clearly you need to make and keep a schedule.
A short list of how to schedule your time daily will help keep you focused on what you need or want to accomplish.
Even if you don't want to do the things on the list. force yourself to do them.
The list can be like...
eat breakfast
take morning medicines
brush my teeth
brush my hair
put on clean clothes
eat lunch
clear off a small table
drink water
eat supper
take evening medicines
shower and put on night clothes
brush my teeth
sit quietly in my bed and read till 9:00pm
at 9:00pm turn off lights and go to sleep
Posted: 14 June 2014 - 05:17 PM
The worst thing is eating bad while being a student and having gastritis & irritable bowel syndrome :-(
Posted: 14 June 2014 - 05:10 PM

I have been reading older posts and questions arose.

Why in some point did we stop cleaning our houses?
Perhaps, have someone of us ever neglected selfcare also?
Is clutter cause or consequence? Is there something else?

During last months I have been, intermittently, in a bad streak, don't sleeping well, don't eating well, skipping school, skipping meds, procrastinating, don't feeling like doing anything or seeing anyone but stuck in the computer all time, don't wanting to be seen, hidden, locked in my room, like I was running away from something...

What's going on with me? Why do I do what I do? What for?
How to get out? How can I help myself?
This can't continue!

I feel confused, need to clear my ideas.
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