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Old 04-24-2013, 02:18 AM
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checking in day 5

Hard day.12 hour shift with no break and ate lunch standing up plus my boss was a douche.everyone talking about having avwine after work.im so damn jealous and so grouchy and worn out.had a headache all day and felt lethargic.thought I was supposed to feel better.no work tomorrow and all I want is wine induced oblivion tonight. So damn irritated. Drinking tea instead.sorry for being grumpy, but this is s**t.
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Early recovery is rough - but try and remember this is not the way it will always be - things get better

glad you made it through the day anyway

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Old 04-24-2013, 03:17 AM
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Thanks dee, at least I have nice workmates to share the workload and put up with me being so snippy ��
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Hi and welcome to SR. Keep up the good work. This place is my lifeboat. Thanks for sharing. Speaking of bosses, mine is a real a..hole , doesn't make my journey any easier
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Old 04-24-2013, 04:01 AM
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nah! - let them have there wine and feel ill tomorrow,u stick with us!

ok so your grouchy but if you have a booze up your still gonna be grouchy tomorrow and hungover and also wasted 5 hard earned days!

your doing great - 5 days is awesome so keep going!

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Thanku guys �� I really like reading sr forums, it makes me feel like I'm not standing out here by myself! My boss is usually nice, but man he was suffering from head up ass syndrome today lol nevermind. I'm still sober and about to go to sleep to escape the grouchyness.
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Early recovery is a time of ups and downs. It takes a while to get back to normal functioning. Give yourself time and good treatment and you'll soon be feeling better.
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Old 04-24-2013, 04:17 AM
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Originally Posted by animalnurse9 View Post
Thanku guys �� I really like reading sr forums, it makes me feel like I'm not standing out here by myself! My boss is usually nice, but man he was suffering from head up ass syndrome today lol nevermind. I'm still sober and about to go to sleep to escape the grouchyness.
LOL - im with you on that - mine is a complete dick sometimes!

makes you wonder how they ever get there - sure there must be a book on stupid questions to ask your staff somewhere!
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Old 04-24-2013, 04:21 AM
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I agree that early recovery is a rollercoaster. As corny as it sounds it does get easier over time. Just remember why you are in recovery and enjoy the feeling of getting through your day with a ( mostly ) clear head
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