It reminds me of what the occupational therapist said after she came to do a check up on my hubby last night,
"after a person goes through a traumatic experience they sometimes never stop focusing on the memory of the experience, and the pain that goes along with it. While others will adjust, manage it and then move on."
Even though my husbands accident and consequent surgeries were so very terrible. They have moved both of us to look outside the box for other, better ways to manage stress, fatigue, pain and insomnia. My latest and greatest discovery is ASMR, if you've never heard of it check it out on youtube. Especially before bedtime, not to mention using my trusty essential oils
https://www.mydoterra.com/daniellegerrior/#/ i.e lavender & Cedar wood.
Which are also both great for stress and anxiety, and very common these days.
My suggestion is use this time to slow down and appreciate all the little things in life, like the feeling of a cozy blanket on a cool crisp spring day, or a new lose fitted shirt that hugs you in all the right places.
Dont let these experiences pass you by,
without due appreciation for their divine simplicity and care. In order that you may receive the most satisfaction that also comes from doing that.
Danielle Rozsa G