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Scorpion Queen

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  1. Long distance relationships are hard work, especially when you don't know when you'll see each other again. It works for some, but not for others. Keep in touch on a daily level - emails, text messages but only 1 or 2 a day, not incessantly. On a weekly basis, call each other and talk at length, and think about writing old fashioned letters (so much more personal than an email). If you are both committed to your relationship, you'll be fine.


  2. Hi Tib,

    Serendipity is right - you need to go back and see your counsellor. No, she didn't help much during your first session, and she probably won't help much in the second or third or fourth sessions either. Counselling is not a quick fix. It takes time. It will take some time before you feel that you can really trust her, and only then will you start to see some positive progress, so please, stick with it.

    *hugs*


  3. I find physical activity helps a great deal. I know it is really hard to get motivated to go and do something strenuous when you're feeling down, but I guarantee that you that after a strenuous workout you'll come away feeling much better and happier than you were before. Even if you don't get that great feeling, at least you're doing your body a favour  :wink:


  4. I agree with what the others have said. You've decided to have the baby - good for you. But if you are going to have the baby, then you have a responsibility to give the child the best possible start in life that you can, and that starts right now with some changes to your lifestyle. First and foremost, you need to go and see your doctor or an obstetritician and follow their advice on how to prepare your body and your baby for birth. No more alcohol, no smoking, no illicit or recreation drugs, cut right back on coffee, no soft cheese, no smoked foods, no raw meat and lots of exercise, especially in your first trimester, and take folate suppliments.

    Good luck.

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