Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired: Week 22

Posted by Edward Ernest | May 6, 2018 | Body Image, Self Esteem, Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired | 0 |

I’m still feeling the effects of my injury from last week, and everything I’m doing just isn’t helping heal. I’ve gone to the sports therapist twice this week to work on my lower back and glutes, but the pain keeps on coming back. Obviously, this is a major set back as I’ve stopped running and doing any setups/push-ups. I’m still walking a lot, but I’m not sure if that’s a good idea. Hopefully, this won’t derail my mood in my attempt to not be Sick and Tired anymore. Cross your fingers.

On a social note, I went to a reunion party at Bar with a bunch of people that used to work at a restaurant I was a regular. I saw people I hadn’t seen in years. There was one person I did not want to see though, and I did not know if she was going to be there. Best friends, better enemies.

This person’s current boyfriend was once an employee at the restaurant, so I knew he was going to be there, the question was, would she show up? In reality, I cared a lot. Since that time, I got myself back into proper mental and physical shape, and I was proud of myself. I looked and felt fucking good. I wanted her to see that how awesome one can be when she’s removed from any situation. That was my revenge.

To make a long story short, she did show up and we didn’t even come close to interacting the whole time which was perfect. However, I could still feel her presence everywhere. It was like the stench of an alcoholics breath. It reminded me how far I’ve come and how happy I am to not be involved in that person’s world anymore.

If the person mentioned above is reading this, I don’t mean this in any disrespectful way, but you just kinda suck as a human being.

FYI Everyone at this function was telling me how good I looked and I did not tell them to stop, and I loved every second of it. It really helps with the self-esteem, but at the same time, I’m now basing my self-esteem solely on how I look which isn’t good either.


Now I’m a full on narcissist.

Night night.

Thanks for following my adventure of Being Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired. If you have any questions, I’m just an email away. Also, if you want to read from DAY ONE, CLICK HERE!

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