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beneficii
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28 Jul 2014, 4:38 pm

I just got stimulated a lot, with lots of stuff happening, like working out FMLA with my therapist and talking with the lawyer from the TLDEF I'm working with on our next step in my appeal for denial of insurance benefits. Now I feel super-stimulated and I'm thinking about lots of stuff and walking around aimlessly.


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28 Jul 2014, 5:16 pm

beneficii wrote:
I just got stimulated a lot, with lots of stuff happening, like working out FMLA with my therapist and talking with the lawyer from the TLDEF I'm working with on our next step in my appeal for denial of insurance benefits. Now I feel super-stimulated and I'm thinking about lots of stuff and walking around aimlessly.

Try to think of some times in your life when you succeeded despite the odds against you. That is what helps to distract me from obsessing about bad stuff sometimes. It might help you, too.


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