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Post  Guest on Thu Feb 23, 2012 3:02 am

Every day i get this, dark circles under his eyes are pointed out to me, i have these as well...That and him having to deal with his constant back pain, constant itching due to the side effects of his medication, constant depression due to him being suicidal for all of the time.

I'm with him out of love, and yes, that has led me to get into alcohol more than i used to be, because i always held down high power jobs in the past like being part of Bank of Tokyo, also doing very well in the public sector..Tax office...DWT...British gas etc and Brighton council! Cool

I'm employed to look after my partner, and i wouldn't have that any other way.

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Post  ALLAKAKA on Thu Feb 23, 2012 3:48 am

Yes we know PISSHOLES IN THE SNOW. lol!
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Post  Guest on Thu Feb 23, 2012 4:03 am

Philagain wrote:Every day i get this, dark circles under his eyes are pointed out to me, i have these as well...That and him having to deal with his constant back pain, constant itching due to the side effects of his medication, constant depression due to him being suicidal for all of the time.

I'm with him out of love, and yes, that has led me to get into alcohol more than i used to be, because i always held down high power jobs in the past like being part of Bank of Tokyo, also doing very well in the public sector..Tax office...DWT...British gas etc and Brighton council! Cool

I'm employed to look after my partner, and i wouldn't have that any other way.

What a noble thing to write, Doug is lucky to have someone like you, but .... you must not neglect yourself and your own wellbeing. You must have bags of patience and a heart of gold, stay away from the demon drink though... you need to be their for YOU as well as Doug. Stay strong Phil I love you

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Post  Flap Zappa on Sun Feb 26, 2012 7:17 pm

Philagain wrote:Every day i get this, dark circles under his eyes are pointed out to me, i have these as well...That and him having to deal with his constant back pain, constant itching due to the side effects of his medication, constant depression due to him being suicidal for all of the time.

I'm with him out of love, and yes, that has led me to get into alcohol more than i used to be, because i always held down high power jobs in the past like being part of Bank of Tokyo, also doing very well in the public sector..Tax office...DWT...British gas etc and Brighton council! Cool

I'm employed to look after my partner, and i wouldn't have that any other way.

well Phil the dark circles are usually because of lack of sleep.
try an early night once on a while, posting until the wee hours might pass the time but it will wear you out eventually.

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Post  Durham on Sun Feb 26, 2012 8:24 pm

I always find you sleep much better when not drinking. Someone with a dependency may find it hard for a few days, but with persistence and going to bed at normal hours, a good diurnal rhythm will be established.

This will lead to beter nights sleep, fresher mornings and a healthier body
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Post  Hugh Jardon on Sun Feb 26, 2012 11:15 pm

DurhamLad wrote:I always find you sleep much better when not drinking. Someone with a dependency may find it hard for a few days, but with persistence and going to bed at normal hours, a good diurnal rhythm will be established.

This will lead to beter nights sleep, fresher mornings and a healthier body

There's little better than a solid 9 hours kip...except for a good 10hours
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