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I just got painful shots in my knees and I'm sleepy. Mentally I feel pretty decent except for some work anxiety and some low-level rumination.

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i'm so anxious, and i know why, but it's a stupid, irrational reason. so i'm anxious and irritated with myself. 

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Rumination is sneaking up. Need to put a lid on it.

Ok otherwise

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Back from a week-long conference thing, was go go go, very busy. Now it's over, feeling sad and isolated. No mental/emotional bandwidth for anything.

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1 hour ago, Blahblah said:

Back from a week-long conference thing, was go go go, very busy. Now it's over, feeling sad and isolated. No mental/emotional bandwidth for anything.

I was just wondering about you. Glad you're back, but sorry about the sadness and isolation. Also, conferences are exhausting. I'm always burned out after them.

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11 minutes ago, Unstrung Harp said:

I was just wondering about you. Glad you're back, but sorry about the sadness and isolation. Also, conferences are exhausting. I'm always burned out after them.

It was actually really good because I was interacting with people in same field and listening to lectures. Even though all a means of distraction. Tiring, but now I'm back and failing to do anything, just wanting to lay in bed.

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Worried, down..this awful gray dark weather is not helping. Feels like Fall is here and I desperately want Summer back!

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Anxious and bored.  I’m 3.5 hours in on an 8.5 hour day. Trying to recognize that it’s a privilege to have a job that to some degree works for me.

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Tired. Catching up on work.

Bleh

We will see how the mood holds. Always dips a bit once I'm back from vacation. Was neutralish recently

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Paralyzing anxiety, which is affecting my mood. Haven't been able to do work today. Deadlines bearing down on me. Deer in headlights. Was that a haiku?

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Uncomfortable.  People make me uncomfortable.  I worry too much about their opinion and overlook my own.  Want to be left alone but lonely at the same time.  And when I'm around people I am exhausted and highly anxious.  

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