Tired of Being Tired

im so tired of being tired. i mean i work almost everyday. and not only am i tired from working but im tired of waking up in the morning not wanting to go surround myself with others. im tired of thinking about it. im tired of working. im tired of worrying about working. im tired of not wanting to work. im tired of wishing i can find work at home so i wouldnt have to face others. im tired of wondering if people think im crazy. im just sick and tired of being tired!

diamondprincess01 diamondprincess01
31-35, F
6 Responses Mar 23, 2009

I feel that same way before.. When I am still working and I acted so weird at work and feel helpless.. If you are a dependent person you need a break from work and do autogenics: http://www.guidetopsychology.com/autogen.htm

Umm I spent 2 years in my room, so I believe I can answer yes to that question. I hated going out and talking to people.<br />
I was always afraid that I would say or do something that others would view as stupid or weird. <br />
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I never said it was easy. I will say it is possible to overcome. I know this because I overcame it with help. I will add you to my circle if you would like to hear more about how I did this.<br />
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Life can get and be better for all of us, I know it. I have lived it. And now I love living life to the fullest.

thanks for that comment loveisallaround. but let me ask u this , do u have social anxiety? well, me i do! and ive tried alot of what u said. i mean i exercise regular. i try to leave work at work, but i do have to wake up the next day and it starts all over again, its just very hard for me. because dealing with social anxiety to me is really no peace of cake. i try, and i try, and im just gonna keep trying, but did i mention just how hard this can be.

I am wondering if you guys/gals are taking any vitamins? Some times when we do not feel well weather it is physically or emotionally drained. The worse we feel the less we do to take care of ourselves. Exercise helps too. I know you are thinking how can I exercise when I am tired already? It is hard starting, but the more you do the better you feel. Just a short walk everyday will work wonders. Try to just let your thoughts wander about the natural things around you and let your worries wait until you are back at your desk. When you leave work, as you go out the door try to say to yourself. "I am leaving my work here and going home with happy thoughts" Your work will still be there when you get back. You will still have the same amount, but you may find you are soon able to get more done in the office when you take more time to please and stimulate your mind while you are away from work.<br />
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Have you people thought of trying to change your way of thinking of things. I have found that I feel much better if I am thinking about positive things. Sometimes we are trained to think negatively and do not realize it.<br />
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You could start changing/ breaking that habit by finding an inspirational book or website to visit each morning. If you would like a short quick read that may turn your way of thinking around to positive thinking, I recommend "The four Agreements" and "The secret".<br />
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The four agreements explains how we are trained to think as we are growing up. Once you read that tiny book, you will smack yourself in the head and say "Now THAT explains a lot!" I know I did. Good luck and I know that you can change your life so much for the better. I wish you both peace of mind and body.

thank you, tuva. sometimes i just dont know what in the world to do.

I'm pretty tired myself as well. Most of the time it's a struggle to just get out of bed and not call in sick to work. But I manage to get up and plod along another day at a job that I don't hate, just not what I want to be doing for very much longer. I feel my fatigue is the biggest obstacle to feeling actually happy and successful in my life, as I can't bring myself to do much more than is necessary to get through the day. I feel lazy and unproductive most of the time and the times I DO get a rare burst of energy, I try to cram as much stuff into it as I can before my motivation is gone. However, I completely understand how it feels to be going through the motions of life in a kind of haze.