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Re: T on vacation - calls?

Posted by sunnydays on June 24, 2006, at 22:29:12

In reply to Re: T on vacation - calls?, posted by Jost on June 24, 2006, at 21:56:59

> Sunnydays, I knew you knew--just thought I'd tell you anyway. :)

Thanks. :) Sometimes hearing it from another person just gives that little bit of extra reassurance I need.

> Mine goes away for 5 1/2 weeks in August, and we're not even getting along too well now. So I'm kind of worried.

Wow. I can't even imagine 5 1/2 weeks. Good luck with getting everything sorted out with your T before s/he leaves.

> I do think T's shouldn't wait til the last minute, but you're doing so well. Have you written anything down to give him when he gets back? Sometimes that helps, too.

No I haven't, but I'm thinking I might tonight. I've been kind of numb the past few days, so I've been trying to avoid thinking about it. Being numb isn't the best defense in the world because it cuts off all the rest of my emotions, too, but sometimes I can't help it. I haven't really figured out how not to do it. But I've been thinking it might be good to try to write something, as that might make the numbness go away. I don't want to get myself overwhelmed, though.

> Hope you got some sleep last night, too.

Thanks. I actually slept for almost 12 hours. I seem to be swinging from insomnia and terrible trouble getting to sleep and waking up too early to sleeping too much. And I seem to sleep better on weekends than during the week. I haven't quite figured that out. I tend to sleep more when I'm depressed, but the insomnia's a new thing. Maybe stress at work, who knows... Thanks for your kind words Jost!




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