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Feeling Very Low All Of A Sudden

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I'm feeling deeply sad at the moment. I don't know whether it's all part of the withdrawal or what but I feel like everything is completely empty and pointless and I don't know what to do about it.

It started yesterday and when I got to work today I burst into tears at some tiny thing.

Just feel so flat and low. I just feel like...what's the point in ANYTHING any more?

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Ahhh, hang on there! I know how challenging it is. I struggle with the stupid gluten demons everyday and have caved a few times. I think it's normal. I definitely have my ups and downs. It will get better. ((Hugs))

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I'm feeling deeply sad at the moment. I don't know whether it's all part of the withdrawal or what but I feel like everything is completely empty and pointless and I don't know what to do about it.

It started yesterday and when I got to work today I burst into tears at some tiny thing.

Just feel so flat and low. I just feel like...what's the point in ANYTHING any more?

Yes..it's part of withdrawl. You're also mourning the loss of the diet you used to have. It gets better with time...hang in there!

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Thanks. I'm feeling a bit better today but it's up and down.

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I can totally relate. I have cried all day. Last weekend I fought with my husband, I usually let things roll off my back but I was still mad days later. My kids have told me twice this week I was rude. I am having trouble sleeping, the mood swings are aweful. Glad you had a better day, hopefully this part goes by fast.

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