Some days I don't necessarily "feel" bad, but I get "stuck". I can want/need to do any number of things, pleasureable or chore, but I can't seem to move/motivate. Its not like being lazy, because I do actually want to do them most of the time. Its not catatonic because I can still communicate and I am still aware. I simply get stuck and need help to move on. Sometimes the help is as simple as a bit of verbal encouragement or literally a helping hand to get up off my seat; other times a bit more is required like someone doing it with me. I want to know if anyone else gets this; what they do to overcome it(?) and what mental health conditions it is associated with. Thank you Helene x
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