Thanks to the quarantine and the fact that my family and I had to sit on self-isolation for a long time, I realized several important things for myself. And I would like to share some of them with you.
First, I realized that I am, first of all, a woman, and not a source of family income. I realized that I devoted too much time to work, and that it was an absolutely pointless exercise. I just ran away from home problems, so I tried to devote as much time as possible to work.
Secondly, to my happiness, not all is lost in our relationship with our eldest daughter. She had some problems, and I just didn't know what advice to give her, so, as silly as it may sound, I tried to see her less in order to avoid conversations and conflicts. However, when we spent a lot of time together at home, we talked a lot with her and were able to convey to each other our experiences and feelings, and this is priceless.
Third, I decided to take less hours at work so that I had time for my family, and I made my husband finally find a job. It was the most difficult stage, because we fought a lot with him and I even threatened him with divorce in South Carolina if he didn't do it. This is because it turned out in our family that only I worked and I earned a lot, so my husband decided that he didn't have to work at all. My threats worked, and my husband actually found a job.
January was a kind of break and time to gain strength. But February will really be busy, I want to buy a course from my favorite chef and learn the secrets of cooking some dishes. I felt like I had a second wind, I feel happier than ever. I would advise you to pause sometimes and try to reevaluate your life. Perhaps your chronic fatigue, or a bad mood is the result of your actions in the past, and your body is thus trying to show you that it does not like what you are doing with it? Think about it.