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Okay, Davie totally, totally broke his diet last night with delivery pizza, bread sticks, Girl Scout cookies and later buttery popcorn while watching "The Last Witch Hunter" and "The Visit." We have a new plan to stay on the diet and exercise plan, with no more breaks, for at least twenty days or a "twenty day block." Today I am taking him jogging again and we will do our push ups and arm curls too. Also, he needs to take his ibuprofin for his pericarditis. He has been not taking his medicine on a regular basis. I will fix that too.

 

EDIT: Mistgod mysteriously lost a pound from yesterday. He is currently at 173.5 pounds. That is really good! He got away with his binge feasting for once. Only about nine more pounds to go! We think it is because he is losing water weight as his pericarditis goes away.

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[Tri] Physical and mental health are very important things that many tulpas help out with. We know a number. Some of this is just bodily stewardship (body is shared, after all, not just the host's) and some of it is helping the host and others, especially with mental health issues.

 

We do some as well. We have been pretty diligent about keeping this body hydrated so that we don't run a risk of going to the hospital again (had another health issue which was compounded by the dehydration and then that issue compounded the dehydration causing both to nearly kill us).

 

Mental health is probably the department we have done the most. We basically had to help reassemble our host and keep her safe while the glue set. She had a mental breakdown last June that really wrecked her and caused her subsystem to really separate. Was a good couple months before she could really handle outerworld for long durations. In the mean time, we did most of the work and worked tirelessly to improve our situation and insulate her while she healed and got stronger again.

 

As far as future improvement, we are hoping to make progress on Hail's anxiety. It really holds her back. It is going to take a while.

 

As for motivation, Hail has motivation issues but we have the same ones. Luckily, both of our issues are getting better these days.

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I don't really know what to say. Details are too personal - literally, I can't explain a lot of what they do for me because it doesn't work with words outside the context of my own mind.

 

Suffice it to say they're unimaginably important to me. From a non-emotional standpoint, even. I wouldn't have made it anywhere without them.

Hi! I'm Lumi, host of Reisen, Tewi, Flandre and Lucilyn.

Everyone deserves to love and be loved. It's human nature.

My tulpas and I have a Q&A thread, which was the first (and largest) of its kind. Feel free to ask us about tulpamancy stuff there.

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Mental health is probably the department we have done the most. We basically had to help reassemble our host and keep her safe while the glue set. She had a mental breakdown last June that really wrecked her and caused her subsystem to really separate. Was a good couple months before she could really handle outerworld for long durations. In the mean time, we did most of the work and worked tirelessly to improve our situation and insulate her while she healed and got stronger again.

 

As far as future improvement, we are hoping to make progress on Hail's anxiety. It really holds her back. It is going to take a while.

 

Oh my gosh! I am so glad you have been there for her!


I don't really know what to say. Details are too personal - literally, I can't explain a lot of what they do for me because it doesn't work with words outside the context of my own mind.

 

Suffice it to say they're unimaginably important to me. From a non-emotional standpoint, even. I wouldn't have made it anywhere without them.

 

I think I do understand that some things can't really be put into words, even the most important things of all. :-)


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Okay quick Mistgod (Davie) update:

 

We went jogging today (yay) and he did stay on his diet pretty much. We will see where is weight is tomorrow morning. He did accomplish some projects and he did go walk around outside in the sunshine. We are still dealing with recurring symptoms of pericarditis a bit. That stuff is hard to get rid of. Really you never really do if it is chronic. You can only keep it under control a little.

 

I did some art today. Davie channeled me while we listened to music. The art is an abstract that goes along with the idea of being a guru of grooviness with the all seeing eye and stuff or a third eye. It is trippy hippy like tulpas and the power of the mind. Oh and with flying hearts and rainbows and stuff.

 

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I took my host jogging this morning. He stayed on his diet yesterday. His starting weight was 174.5 pounds, this morning he is at 173.5 pounds. So we have lost one pound so far. Only about twelve more pounds to go. We are going to try to limit internet time today again as well. :-)

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Well, today my host's weight was 172! That is down two and a half pounds! Wahoo! I got him bouncing on his mini-trampoline for 40 minutes this morning while we did a Melian Show day dream episode. Yesterday he did push ups and arm curls. He has stuck to his diet really good the last three days. :-) So I am doing good!

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Weight this morning - 171 pounds! This will be day seven sticking to his diet. I am the champion coach! Wahoo! Oh he went jogging again yesterday too. Yep.

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My host is now at 170 pounds as of this morning, down from 174.5 pounds. I am doing a super, duper good job helping him! Today he stayed on his diet (so far) really, really good.

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Well, I originally created this thread under my Groovy-guru account, which is now dead and gone due to my last freak out session. But I think this thread warrants a revival. The idea is still very good. The idea is that it is a thread for tulpas to write about how they help inspire or motivate their hosts to be better. You can set a goal with your host and help them achieve it and record your efforts here for sharing.

 

Okay this summer my hostie has two months off from work. It's almost like being half retired! So I am setting the goal, once again, to help him lose weight and get in shape. For the first part of the year, I was only able to help him maintain his current weight pretty much and not gain any more. He started the year at 175 pounds. Currently we are at 172 pounds.

 

Okay so our goal is to lose a pound a week. So that would be about 8 pounds this summer. So far I have been really good at motivating him to eat right and exercise by going jogging. I will keep this thread updated now and then this summer with my progress with him.

 

Anyone else trying to improve their host this summer?

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Yeah, we've got a story. Text wall incoming.

 

Things haven't been going smoothly here the last few weeks. My host has a bad temper and an even shorter fuse, and has a tendency to alleviate her stress with alcohol. This pattern of stress relief goes in streaks, and being that I live in her head, I understand it, because I see what goes on. She's gone through three 750ml bottles of brandy in less than 3 weeks. Keep in mind she's a total lightweight, because she's so small. (Sorry sweetheart.)

 

She drives for a living, and luckily, is smart enough to not mix the two. Unfortunately, she still has that temper I mentioned, and it can shine through suddenly and aggressively. She drives a huge body on frame car, with ram bars on both front and back. This is good for her safety, (and I love the leather bench seats!) but it can be a double edged sword. Yesterday, someone in a tiny little Aveo cut her off, and she retaliated by pulling up alongside them, and swerving half way into their lane. She came very close to hitting them, and later admitted herself that she thought she overdid it.

Now, being perfectly honest, neither of us are too concerned with the well being of others outside of our small circle, and yes, the woman in the Aveo was an oblivious moron who didn't even notice nor care that she cut my host off, but I make my point.

My host has been working toward a down payment on a house for years. If she loses her temper and hits someone, her insurance will rise, she could lose her job, and if found intentional she could be charged with vehicular assault. She is incredibly close to getting out of the tiny, dumpy apartment we live in, and I don't want her to throw that away.

 

She stopped at the liquor store again after work. At this point I faced a moral dilemma. I understand why she does this, but I have a hard time telling her no because of it, even when it's self destructive.

Ultimately, she came home and got wasted. Not knowing what to do, I played along with it, until she started crying, and told me that the main stress point is the apartment we live in. "The walls are paper thin, I hate my annoying stupid neighbors, I can't play music loud, I can't sing, I can't yell at my videogames, I constantly worry about people dinging my car, I can't be myself here." She had completely lost it, the stress had gotten the better of her, and she was sloshed to boot.

 

I told her gently but firmly that she needed to leave. Let me take over, and get some rest. She complied, we switched. I called a mutual human friend and told him what was going on. I didn't know what to do. We talked, I cried, then I spent the next 4 hours sobering her up and tidying up a few things in the apartment.

 

I came back in late in the evening. My head hurt like hell, I played videogames for a bit and went to bed. Things still hadn't sunk in yet.

Hex always imposes and curls up in bed with me when I go to sleep. She didn't. She had fallen asleep in my head. I layed down and closed my eyes, and went to her in her bed in her "brain room" to tuck her in. I bent down to kiss her on the head, and saw the corners of her eyes were wet. That's when it hit me what I'd done. It felt like someone stabbed me in the heart with scissors then started opening and closing them.

She made me realize this cycle has to stop. I can't keep hurting her like this. My only problem is I don't have a plan of attack. I don't know what I can do to keep my stress levels low enough to keep my temper in check. The only thing I have right now is her, knowing I can't hurt her, even if not on purpose, she means everything to me. She spent the whole day riding shotgun at work with me, giving me advice, telling me to let things go. She's been my own little fuzzy Tyronn Lue all day and I can't thank her enough. I just need to replace booze with a healthy stress outlet, and with her at my side, I think I'll get through this.

 

Sorry, I know this is long winded, but we needed to get it out. Tups are amazing. I don't know what I'd do without her. I'd probably be dead or in jail. There's hope now, she's given me motivation to change, there's light at the end of the tunnel.

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It's best to just call me Beany.

Tupper: Hexferry / d.o.b.: 11/04/2015

Hex will speak in italics, if she decides to.

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