Just wanted to say that I've been in IOP (intensive outpatient program) for the last seven weeks and it's been wildly stressful. I'm going to be moving into another town and that's also promising to be wildly stressful. If I'm not around, that's why.
Take care all.
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I'm sorry you have been having a difficult time and moving is stressful in and of itself. I hope this move will be one that is beneficial to you. Please check in periodically to let us know how you are doing.
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Thanks for checking in LLT and I'm really glad to hear you are taking steps to help yourself and keep yourself safe. I agree that moving is very stressful so try to be understanding and patient with yourself.
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