I just realized I had Sunday on Saturday. I've been that way for about
4 days since hubby took Friday off work and was at home helping me take care of 2 young grandkids for a long weekend. Oh wow, that was an experience. It's been a lot of years since I took care of a very busy 3 year old and an 8 month old baby for this long. But I felt volunteering for this job was the right thing to do.
Are you someone who volunteers everything and then wonders if you did the right thing.? Are you a person who can't say 'NO'? What was the last thing you volunteered for and then felt you should have your head examined for doing it?
For me this 3 days with toddlers might be it. It sure didn't do this body any favors but it was wonderful for my heart. I've never been able to say No until a few years ago. I always volunteered for things even though I didn't want to. Been this way ever since junior high school. But somewhere in the past 10 years or so I've been standing up and telling people No, that I have limitations. I have some help doing this but I know I needed to stop letting people walk over me like I used to. It's much better now.
Are you someone who can't say no? What did you volunteer to do that you either regretted or wondered if you were totally sane or not?...lol
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