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Re: making things worse

Posted by alexandra_k on August 27, 2013, at 2:06:25

In reply to Re: making things worse alexandra_k, posted by Partlycloudy on August 26, 2013, at 7:38:18

thanks. i guess it comes back to making me worse, though.

that is nice that the docs have positioned themselves as you and them against the nasty old health insurance provider. here... things seem very much more you against the no-speak-english doc. the mental health nurses try and present themselves as being more on your side. but then you are supposed to play popularity contest with all their other patients so they are inclined to want to help you.

it is partly because of limitations like: there simply aren't any available beds. but sometimes it is about their failure to comprehend. like how i was discharged 1 hour before my exam (just enough time for me to get to it) after being hospitalized for 2-3 weeks prior (all through the study period) after having a reaction to a depo shot where i couldn't read or focus. 'it's okay! you can do course next year get better grade!' it was the last course for my degree. anything less than an A- would have totally f*ck*d up my GPA and i wouldn't have been able to get scholarships to continue.

so now i'm 'DO NOT ADMIT'. and i'm 'HANG UP AS SOON AS YOU POSSIBLY CAN'. and so on.

that wasn't my last admission, i remember now. i had one after that private psychology person saw me. turned out she was all 'say you have been sexually abused here on this form so i get lots of money for working with you'. AWOL... can't remember... i think that might have been the showing up outside the psych ward, actually... that's right. i got terminated. i forgot. round two.


i hate this country.

i really, really do.




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