Monday, April 22, 2013


If you've followed my blog for very long, you know that I struggle with depression.I've pretty much come to terms with this disease, (thanks to my Doctors and my crazy medications) but there are days that it still kicks my booty. The other day I had one of those days.

Have you ever realized that you make 1,000s of decisions a day?  Most of them are mundane, but you still have to make them.  For instance, you pick what to wear that morning, what your children will wear, what chores around the house need to be done, which path to take to the store etc.  Like I said these decisions are mundane, and most of us do them with out even thinking twice.

However, when I'm in the depression hole, I struggle to make these kinds of decisions.  And by the end of the day I feel so wiped out trying to decide anything and I do mean ANYTHING feels like the hardest task in the world.  

This is when my wonderful, heaven sent Hubs steps in and says, "Honey, I don't mind picking up some Taco Bell for dinner."  Talk about a life saver!  I know making dinner is a small thing most of the time, but when I feel like I'm going under someone taking this off of my shoulders makes me feel about 20 lbs lighter.  God, bless this man for his understanding!

I hope you all have a great day!
Ms. T    
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  1. Yes! I'm not sure my hubby has figured out this stressor. He gets there, it just takes him a while lol. I'm also kind of relieved to hear that you struggle with this too. I really thought I was just weird. What a sweet husband you have, for being so proactive :))

    1. Oh, Aleasa! I'm so sorry that you struggle this way too! I hate it. Don't give up on your Hubs. It has taken a lot of discussions and time before my Hubs somewhat understands. He still doesn't completely get it, but he's trying and that's all I can ask.