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Story written on October 4, 2020 by Ada.
Bette and Tina haven’t spoken in days. Generally. Tina saw Angie, but they didn’t talk about mom. Bette had a lot of work to do and was generally busy from morning to night. Of course, Tina understood that work is an important part of the brunette’s life, but at the moment this is more an excuse than the real reason why they don’t even correspond. Bette usually spoke directly if she didn’t want to make contact. Right now, that worried Tina. Why can’t she just say that she doesn’t want to talk? Why does she make you sit and wait for a call? Tina felt like her brain was tired of everything. I’m tired of thinking and evaluating everything. Think about how it should have been done and how she actually did something. She wanted to take a break from work and relax, but instead she loaded herself even more with constant thoughts and worries about personal things. The nervous system was starting to malfunction. Systematic headache, irritability, panic attacks and insomnia, and if sleep came, it was almost always accompanied by regular unexpected awakenings. Tina was the weak link when it came to mental balance. As she grew older, she learned to control her nervous collapses, but when her body was exhausted, they returned. When their family lived in new York, Tina often took Xanax and it was normal and familiar for her. Her relationship with Bette had been good at the time, but the work was all-consuming, so the antidepressant sometimes cheered her up and gave her a little more strength than she had left. Later, she put the pills aside, as she learned to replenish her resource without their help. It seems that now she began to forget how to do this, because at the moment the resource was falling down at a high rate. Bette has always been against antidepressants. No, she didn’t judge the people who took them, but for her it was something short-lived, something not very good. She believed that with the help of pills, you can not solve internal problems, but you can only cover them with a beautiful shell, which will eventually break and will only be worse than it was before. Bette used yoga and meditation to calm her nerves. She was well versed in it and had been passionate about it for a very long time. In her youth, she was biased against psychotherapists, but over time, she could not help but recognize the importance of their profession and how they help many people. But she still had her own opinion on the matter. She has her own opinion on everything and it is very difficult to convince her of something. Sometimes this annoyed Tina, because it is very difficult to live in the same space with a person who will stand firm in any case. But Tina also loved it. It was all Bette – firm, determined, self-confident, and always with a clear opinion. How can she not love this trait if it creates Bette’s personality?