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I know this is normal as far as when weight is lost, it has nothing to do with the weight loss itself. On that count, I'm fine emotionally. I am already clinically depressed and medicated for it. I am picking my cuticles again and it's pretty bad. band aid's on many fingers, it's at night when I pull them and can't sleep. I do get my nails done and have taken to doing them myself to save money.

I have high functioning autism, and mild ADHD (the nonattentive kind) I've got IT test's I'm studying for, and anxiety I'm dealing with. Partly because it snowed here last week threw off my schedule, I didn't have church last Friday night due to the snow they canceled but my entire week has been crappy. I've been trying to keep a good outlook, going to the gym working out isn't the issue (that does help my endorphins)

Today I'll be at work, and then head over to the gym then home to clean up for church tonight. It's raining out today, and did I mention I am trying very hard to have a good outlook? It's emotionally and socially draining. Blah. Hopefully, church will heal me (I know it will, always does) Just getting my thoughts out.

Good news though I am down to the 220's and I had my gastric sleeve on the 31st of Oct. 2017. I did go to support group last night, so that's something. :unsure:

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Are you treating the ADHD with meds? Luckily I could stay on Strattera after the surgery.

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the ADHD is not being treated with medication. Never has been. I'll bring it up when I see my med doc next month. Also, I might need to adjust the clonazapam. She'd know best.

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I have been working out daily and that has helped some. I usually sob myself to sleep. Hoping this gets better.

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