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Emotional Exhaustion

I used to feel that I had these emotional rollercoasters in check but now even my panic attacks are making a comeback.

I know I've had a big change lately, moving to a completely new area - and away from family but I feel like I'm judging myself for being 2 months into my move and still feeling all over the place.

My business (Self-employed) is going nowhere, my sleep is not stable and my weight is climbing.

My partner and I seem to rarely make it through a day of bickering at least once.

I'm often left feeling as if I should just quit and let go of trying to control all this and more because I truly feel exhausted with this as if there's no hope of making it better.

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I'm sorry to hear that you are experiencing emotional exhaustion and feeling overwhelmed by the changes in your life.

It's completely normal to struggle with adjusting to a new environment and being away from loved ones. It's also understandable to feel frustrated and discouraged when things in your life, such as your business and sleep, aren't going as well as you would like them to.

It's important to remember that it's okay to not have everything under control all the time. It's okay to feel like things are falling apart and that you're struggling to keep up. You don't have to judge yourself for feeling this way, and it's important to be kind to yourself during this difficult time.


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