First off thanks for the continued support I can't tell you how much it means to me that other people out there that I have never even met are so willing to lend a helping hand. You're all good people. I really appreciate it.
Sorry for such a late reply but it seems I had a bit of an emotional relapse. I don't have the scar's to prove it like yourself Simon...but I gave a hell of a lot of drivers a scare on Saturday and I now have a cabinet full of "magical pills" (that I certainly wont be taking...I want a cure not a soma holiday!) and the joy of been added to the top of the list for psychiatric therapy.
I have to say that I have to agree with you Andrew when you say there is no where but up once you hit rock bottom, its a very reassuring feeling that you can't get any lower - almost liberating (in a morose way). It's given me allot of confidence.
I have decided to go to war with my Paruresis, I am literally going to do everything I can to combat it until I (and not my bladder) have control of my life again...I know that's easier said than done but this rings true for most things worth doing and this definitely is!
So far other than start saving up for May's workshop though I have run out of ideas so this is where you guys come in.
Can anybody give me any examples of things they do to fight this thing I don't need life changing solutions (although they would be nice ) but anything - literally anything that will help me.
I know this post was a short one but if I'm honest; today I'm in a good place and unfortunately that seems to kill my writing bug.
Thanks again guys!
(p.s I have heard both Simon and Andrew use the term "Boo Monster" can someone do me a favor and let me in on what this is? hahaha)
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