For the last two days, I've wanted to do nothing but sleep. I feel so tired, achy all over and I don't have any ambition whatsoever. I am not ill though. If I try to watch a TV program, I fall asleep. If I try to read, I fall asleep. At least when I sleep, I don't have to think. I hate the silence when my grandsons are gone. My husband is also feeling the depression. Christmas was all consuming; now there is nothing to keep me that busy. Yesterday I finally kicked myself in the butt and managed to get some housework done. But this morning, I am back to where I have been. I know this is depression - my husband is feeling it too. I feel like a zombie walking around...nothing interests me. I know I should try harder to do normal things - but right now, I really don't want to. At least the depression keeps the pain away...
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