Re: Mundane Medical Thread Reply #1770 – May 16, 2020, 10:51:24 pm Quote from: karlmark on May 16, 2020, 10:40:30 pmTotal and utter mental exhaustion. Since May 8th, I think I've worked around 100 hours and I'm completely and totally kaput. A period of work so intense that one minute it's nine am, and the next time you look it's midnight. Finished at 3am this morning, woke up at 8 and back on calls from 2 until 7.The only upside is the building bank balance as I have hardly had time to breathe let alone spend money. There is light at the end of an intense tunnel.You know it’s funny. For the past 16 years I haveSlaved like a dog. Insane hours. Very demanding clients. A ownership that doesn’t really appreciate me even though I bring in at least a third of all income and all of a sudden nothing . I thought I would freak out and get depressed but I didn’t and this period of numbness where I was so tired that I felt nothing has gone away. I feelWell. I feel... things. Christ I even feel my orgasms. Yes money is tighter. Much tighter but even though there is clammer from my clients to begin soon I actually feelAnxious about it. My wife and I have never gotten along better and it’s just...nice. So when you can try and get some time off. It will be weird to start with but sleep will be most welcome and you will feel an urge not to drink caffeine to keep going and alcohol to calm down. (Or in your case less milk...)And you will feel things.. As in your nerve fibers. I had forgotten that things work when you are not totally exhausted. Not feeling numb is alright.Chicago: Two weeks until the return to oblivion.