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Re: bye bye t alexandra_k

Posted by Poet on October 4, 2013, at 14:37:21

In reply to bye bye t, posted by alexandra_k on October 3, 2013, at 17:11:19

Hi Alex,

> i got offered a studio apartment in the city from mid-november! i am a little anxious since i need to pay a fee to secure it and it will take me a few days to sort that out... but i am cautiously optimistic.
>
> i can default on the fee if i get a better offer, too. which is good, because university accommodation might come through for me or a better option might come along.

Since I am unemployed, I think about financial matters, so my questions are when is the security fee due? Also, financially can you afford to pay it and possibly not live there and not get a refund if you default?

> anyway... the point being... a city residential address will place me under a different community mental health team. so... bye bye t. nice having you assess me.

It seems to me that your new T is trying to work with you, do you think that staying where you are and hoping that student housing comes through would be a possibility. I mean which is more important for you mentally and physically: living alone or staying where you are and working with your new T until near by housing opens up. (Keep in mind I don't know how often University accommodations come up.) I know how much you value privacy and quite (as do I) so I can get that you might be conflicted.


> it feels better knowing that i'm leaving come november. new team. new peeps. so much for 'continuity of care' with the transition, though, sigh.
>

I agree, change can be good.

Keep us posted.

Poet


"I'm not quite myself today!" Cary Grant: "Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Bringing Up Baby."

 

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