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Re: therapy takes up too much room in my mind LlurpsieNoodle

Posted by RealMe on September 1, 2007, at 23:12:07

In reply to therapy takes up too much room in my mind, posted by LlurpsieNoodle on September 1, 2007, at 9:53:54

Upon reflection, one can only do what one is ready to do; ignore most of my last post. I don't always take my own advice; therapy is hard, and sometime I get down on myself that I am wasting time talking about work or politics or nature (which I am really into), and animals in nature especially wolves.

I am really into wolves and am so distressed at the slaughter in Alaska. I want to go shoot the *ssholes who are kiling for sport. They just don't get it, and I vent about this in therapy as well as about my cats, both sick. My boy Sigi's kidneys are failing as a result of the damn wheat gluten from China. We have to give him treatments three times per week puting the water solution in him under the skin, 1.5 whatever. And his littermate, Freyja, we have to give her insulin shot twice per day and have no one who can care for them at home should we go away on vacation, and now my vet is no longer going to do boarding. I am freaking out about this too as I am going to my class reunion this month, and it means staying overnight. The cats are suppposed to eat different food too. How can I leave them for 36 hours?? Sh*t. This is not why I went to therapy, but I talk about it as it upsets me.


RealMe
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