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Re: for those of you hospital goers B2chica

Posted by muffled on September 17, 2005, at 0:22:58

In reply to for those of you hospital goers, posted by B2chica on September 16, 2005, at 14:33:08

> don't you feel like your going to a fast food place, the admitting nurses certainly treat you the and out service and judgement of me; like ordering curly fries with a diet soda.
> yes, i'm here cuz i'd like a slow suicide and extra grieving (and a diet soda).
> -that's why i don't want to go. i feel like they think i'm faking, or over exaggerating, or attention seeking. i guess i am attention seeking though. i want attention so i don't act. well that makes me feel cr@ppy.
> :(
> b2c.

I've only actually been admitted 2x or maybe 3? Its all so fuzzy. Been stashed in the 'safe' room in emerg. for HOURS a few times besides. I've had some EXTREEMLY nice nurses. One or two really stand out for me.
Some of them suck. No doubt, but I just focus on the good ones and ignore the bad ones.
I don't know that its wanting attention so much as you want HELP. Nothing wrong with that. Thats what the hospital is there for. If noone needed help now and again, they'd just close their doors! Their doors are still open so your obviously not the only one.
At our hospital they are generous with the mellowing drugs. Goto to keep the clientele quiet!
If you walk the halls at night they offer you MORE drugs. Its actually like a restful holiday in some ways. I call it my haldol holiday place! Fortunately I haven't had to have any 'holidays' in recent years, things have improved dramatically from where I was. They can for you too.
Take care. You made it another whole day!




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