Sunday, 29 April 2012

{No light at the end of the tunnel}

I feel sad.

I feel lost.

I'm tired... physically and emotionally.

I feel nauseous and ill (partly my own fault because I've not been taking my Crohn's medication).

I am lacking in energy (today I went to running club, managed to jog 2 miles and then walked 2 miles back to my car with tears streaming down my face. I was supposed to do at least 8.5 miles today as part of my half marathon training).

I don't feel like eating.

What happened to my light at the end of the tunnel?


  1. If I could come and give you a hug I would. Go easy on yourself, get your Crohns medication down you and get yourself to bed, the light will be back, they all flicker in and out from time to time. big hugs xx

  2. 2 miles is still further than I could ever manage... Be kind to yourself, get some soup and your medicine, a hot water bottle and to bed.

    You'll find the light at the end of the tunnel after a proper rest and some TLC. x


  3. I really feel for you. There have been several times over the past year I've posted 'that's it, I'm better, all is good' and then I've suffered a set back, but I think it's all part of the process, acknowledging when things aren't right. You've had some major changes in your life, a baby, separation and back to work, anyone of these is going to have a major impact on your life. Focus on the positives as you have been doing and these moments will become less frequent.

  4. Tomorrow is another day. Dust yourself off, and try not to be so hard on yourself x

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  6. Big hugs Glasgow Mummy. It's been a rough ride, but I feel certain you will find your light at the end of the tunnel. Hang on in there. xx

  7. Thank you so much for all the supportive comments - they are all very much appreciated. Feeling back on track again now that I'm over the tummy bug and/or Crohn's flare-up. I'm also taking my medication again (silly me!) and I've got an appointment with my consultant next week. What a difference a few days of rest makes!


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