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I've been away for awhile...
WolfFaerie7 posted:
As the title suggests I've been away for awhile because I wasn't dealing well with a few things in my personal life. The reason I'm back to posting is I've recently lost my therapist and pdoc due to insurance changes. I may have found therapist but having little luck in finding pdoc thru the same place. I'm hoping for good news on Monday but have little faith in it happening.

I miss therapy very much. I've been without it for over a month now which is depressing in of itself. I've been journaling but repeating my woes seems pointless at this point. I have been going to psych rehab. They've been helping look into different resources available to me with no success yet.

Just wanted to share a little bit about what is going on with me right now. I've missed the board and friendly faces here. I'll be posting alittle more often until the sense of being so completely overwhelmed puts me into a better place.

slik_kitty responded:
welcome back. sorry things are rough for you right now. good luck finding what you need.
ddnos responded:
Hey Wolf, good to see you, but sorry you've been going through a rough time! Best wishes to you re finding both a tdoc and pdoc - ones that you like and are skilled at what they do!

Hang in there and never give up hope!

Forgiveness is letting go of the hope that the past could have been any different --Unknown

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