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[Feb. 22nd, 2013|03:39 pm]
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It's not exactly "FML." It's more a general sense that there are a good number of folks who could go jump off a cliff. Including my flaky psychiatrist who can't remember any details visit to visit.

United Health Care, whatever about them has chased all the local mental health providers away from their services, why ever the prescription site was down all day, all that can go over the cliff first.

Whomever figured out the "work streams" at work and regulated our work to some invisible status can follow UHC.

Nah, they should go over the cliff *first*, have UHC fall on then, and then climb up the cliff to be pushed off a second time for good measure.

Other than being extremely irritated though, it's been a good day. I feel good about the day, about how i managed my time, and about how i am planning a walk for tomorrow morning at Christine's behest. I have a headache i'd love to shake, but i feel positive. I actually did stats homework for a Coursera course this morning. I think i can skip the lectures and just read the slides. I feel i might actually do the course.

I've paid for the Clarity program, and i have my first appointment Monday afternoon.

Once i'm through that, i'd like to find a good psychologist and wean myself from the meds. I think it's mainly so i don't have to see that man once a month.


[User Picture]From: nellorat
2013-02-23 01:00 pm (UTC)


Maybe you need another psychiatrist! I'm annoyed enough that you yoga instructor can't remember our previous lessons; I am not sure I'd take it from a shrink. In fact, having to remind the yoga instructor made me feel devalues, which is the opposite of what one needs from a shrink.

My psychiatrist doesn't recall my life much--he finally asks how my rats are rather than asking clueless questions such as "Do they bite?" but it took years--but we don't do talking therapy, and he's great with the meds. Maybe you need a PhD psychologist for talking therapy.
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