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Re: Fear of being dead *trigger* cubic_me

Posted by fairywings on October 24, 2005, at 19:13:40

In reply to Re: Fear of being dead *trigger* fairywings, posted by cubic_me on October 24, 2005, at 18:42:20


> My T is affiliated with my university, so there is more flexibility there.

Ah, that is good.

> I haven't really had any anxiety before, nothing usually bothers me. I know this is technically anxiety, but it doesn't feel like it. It just feels annoying.

I would be annoyed too, could they be what my p-doc calls obsessive thoughts? He said not like OCD, but they're thoughts you can't shake - they come with ADD.

> I counldn't afford to be treated at all under the US system, so I suppose it is good.

In the us, a lot of companies have insurance plans for their employees. Ours is pretty good for mental health, just a hassle dealing with them and trying to get them to pay things properly. I'm dealing with that right now, spent 2 hours on the phone today trying to get them to redo some things they'd messed up.
>
> Maybe. I was in til past 2am most nights last week, but have a more lax timetable this week. Whem I'm not busy I can spend the whole day in bed. I'm so behind with my work but can't be bothered to do it.

2 AM is late! I'd be in bed whenever I could too. Glad you have a bit of a reprieve this week.

> I hope the time passes quickly too, but I keep thinking 'at least it gives me time to cancel'. I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing.

Please don't cancel, just get that first appt behind you. That's the hardest one.
fw


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