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Re: Can i burden my 78 year old father with problems?

Posted by Lamdage22 on August 19, 2017, at 8:50:49

In reply to Re: Can i burden my 78 year old father with problems?, posted by alexandra_k on August 18, 2017, at 17:19:37

Yes, it could be the meds. He says he has no advantage from the meds. The guy who is doing best in our dorm doesnt take any meds aside from emergency Promethazine. Unfortunately he was placed on alot of senseless psych meds in his youth but he is recovering. He is taking the Promethazine like 3 times a year. I think that is awesome.

Well the association that is running the dorm has alot of clients. Thats what they told me. That seems to be why nobody was here this week. One of our dorm attendants was on vacation.

I like how i can say my opinion about meds here and still be a valued part of this community. Some people get really hostile over it.

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