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Re: A ramble

Posted by seldomseen on May 21, 2009, at 16:19:01

In reply to A ramble, posted by Dinah on May 20, 2009, at 21:24:53

Well, it sounds to me as though you've had a lot of invasive events these past few days. The fire drill certainly shattered your therapeutic space with your therapist. Then he took the little bits of it that were left and splintered them by asking for payment. For me, that whole fire drill deal, in and of itself, would be sufficient to rattle my foundation a little bit.

Then, there's the GYN appointment. Honestly, I just don't understand WHY they can't either (1) Find a better way to do that whole thing or (2) Let the patient opt for general sedation for the procedure. Those appointments send me reeling for days.

Now, if you combined the two, well, I would be a *bit* discombobulated, and seeking to find a solid place. I would try to take it easy on yourself until you can feel the ground again.

Now, about the rip. Well, here's the deal, I usually go out with some sort of tear, hole, stain or dangling string in my clothing. I am so not a details person and (as Mia said on "In Treatment") I don't do pretty, that I either don't notice or don't care.

However, I'm not at all comfortable with other people pointing it out to me either. It's puts me in a position of having to either *explain* that I don't care or act surprised and be like "Oh dear, I can't have anything nice" - which is worse because then I feel like I can't wear the item again. In my opinion, we all have a clothes battle to fight each and every morning. If all the major parts are covered, I'm all about live and let live.

I hope you feel better soon.





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