What is this? Paranoia or Anxiety or just plain crazies

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Date Joined Sep 2005
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   Posted 12/5/2006 10:29 AM (GMT -6)   
So, yesterday at the new job was an eeyore day. I couldn't seem to do anything right. Nothing horrific happened, it just seemed to be a day where I was completely unhelpful. In any event. Since then and especially this morning I'm seeing signs that I'm a ****-up. And the thing is that there not really official signs. EXAMPLE: My boss tells me that after an out-of-office meeting I can head home. My initial thought is that she doesn't want me in the office to screw up anything. Then I try to tone that thought down by saying "no, no... She knows I was here until 6:30 last night, she's just giving me a break."
I know I have issues trusting people and this is a HUGE reason why I have these awful thoughts (about myself and others) but it's really driving me bonkers. I'm honestly more upset about the fact that I think this way then by the actual thoughts themselves.

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   Posted 12/5/2006 11:10 AM (GMT -6)   
I love the eeyore days I wear my eeyore slippers
I too have major issues surrounding the trusting of peeps which affects my "thinking good about self and what I am doing"
Just look at it this way you have had a bad day EVERYONE gets them at least it was anything real horrid as you said
I dont like those days either but seems like I am having alot of them as of late
Past few days I dont even want out of bed BUT I know I have to get things done
I hope your today and tomorrow is not an eeyore day .........
Good to see you sorry you are "eeyoring it "

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