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Re: T surgery and h out of town and drug withdrawa Dinah

Posted by muffled on January 8, 2008, at 10:51:20

In reply to Re: T surgery and h out of town and drug withdrawa llurpsienoodle, posted by Dinah on January 8, 2008, at 9:10:27

LL, I agree with what those other guys said.
If you MUST go off meds, can you make it like a riduculously insanely SLOW SLOW taper????
Sorta fool yourself that you comming off them, and in fact you ARE, but very very very slowly?
I think you need to recognize...oh they come....NICEYS!!!! Aaaaaaaaaaaccccccccccckkkkkkkkkk!!!!!!!!!
But recognize that you CAN and have in the past gotten thru some very challenging stuff.
Moving, switching T's, hubby troubles, new info bout your history etc etc. You have been absolutely BOMBARDED (apparently this is my word of the day...?!) with STUFF, and SURVIVED.
You are such a good client. Eating well, drinking your teas, doing all the things you need to get well and stay safe. YOU LLurpy have done these things!!!! This is true!
So maybe instead of saying there WILL be a storm and freaking some, maybe you can say something more along the lines of....This may well be a challenge, but I am tougher than I give myself credit for, I know what I need to do, and I will take care of myself over this next period of time. I WILL cope. I CAN cope. And I know what to do, and I know how to recognize, when things are sliding, and so take appropriate actions.
Mebbe this has been a big annoying sermon.
But it is truth.
Annoying Muff'll go now.
Take care,




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