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Re: Very down--sorry not around so much gardenergirl

Posted by alexandra_k on October 5, 2005, at 20:44:29

In reply to Very down--sorry not around so much, posted by gardenergirl on October 5, 2005, at 15:52:05

((((gg))))) I'm sorry things are hard :-(

oh dear, the 'd' word thing... i do believe... i have the same issue. and one day of work... well, its amazing how it takes up far more energy and effort than just one days worth. i mean... with tutoring... one days worth of tutoring can take it out of me for a couple days. and i don't get anything of mine done because i'm stressing about being well prepared for that and then unwinding after that etc etc. and so i don't do anything for a couple of days even though i only worked one day officially. and yeah, it is hard. and i can only imagine that doing therapy with people... is so very much harder again.

i've had other things come up too... seminars mostly. have written a few seminars now. unfortunately i can't just string them together and submit that because there is too much repetition etc. haven't done any work on mine for a while now...

the children thing is hard...
i don't know what genetic thing you are worried about...
if the disorder is pretty bad... then it might be the thing to do...
in a worst case scenario...
would pre-embryo screening be a possibility?
i don't know how very expensive that would be...
don't know whether health insurance covers things like that either...

(((gg)))) hang in there...
it just has to get better.




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