tired situation

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past 6 months ive just changed jobs to work with my partner. i like the shifts bar the waiting on i panic before a shift. and took on another 22 at my old job which i love too. making 60 hours near enough i work 6 days out of 7 for nr enough 5am till 7.30 im tired and on my day off have to clean my gdads. i dotn have me time as not many friends. i feel alone. i liev at home and my mum and dad want help never asks my sister who is here most of the time. im tired and act on insticnt at the time as im tired and want things doing then. my fella preposed but i dont know what i want anymore, everyone always wants me to do things but i dont get to enjoy nothing and work all time, had enough, help

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    Stop doing so many hours your going to drive your self in to the ground. Take some time off work. Explain all of this to your fella. Then go spend quality time with someone u enjoy being around or better yet tell every to p*ss off so you can actually have some time to your self so you can relax and think.
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    Hi, you sound like your being put upon by everybody. Be assertive and tell others you need time for yourself, otherwise you will be burn out. Do you need to do so much working hours. Talk to your parents and ask if your sister can share duties and help clean your grandads. Speak to your boss and ask if you can reduce your hours. Look after yourself.

    Elizabeth.

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    thanks for your replies. i have cut down my hours and have time to do me stuff. im telling people no now because it wasnt all about the money. it was but ive relised id reather have a steady income than be tired all the time and no social life. thank you. come to realise that some people dont care about you they just want some one to work. im now enjoying my days off and time off i dotn actually know what to do. lol. might take up swimming or going places i want to go too. thank you 
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