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Offline Mandy M

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Re: Post op blues
« Reply #20 on: June 16, 2022, 12:58:02 am »
Oh don't beat yourself up ronniekelly: that's not TMI. Mental wellbeing is such an important part of our journey.

Good luck with your dating and there's nothing wrong with wanting to be with someone else. We are social beings.


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Re: Post op blues
« Reply #21 on: June 16, 2022, 06:07:15 pm »
I am much better by the way, I guess its because I went back at socialising and being out and about doing things. I did start some therapy tho, as I realise I have a few issues, including struggling being alone/feeling lonely so I guess it's good that I went to talk about it :)

I'm sure you already know that this is pretty common after a major surgery like what you had.  I'm really glad that you're getting back into the swing of being out and about.  Staying busy really helps a lot.

As I broke up from a long term relationship with my ex husband, and now Im a single girl living in London, parts of me longs being in a relationship again, and im seeing a couple of guys but its just casual dating, no strings type situation. I don't know, I should be completely single but I can't seem to be able to.

Totally understand.  I haven't been alone in a long time, so I don't really know what it is like.  I can imagine, though, that I wouldn't like it too much!