Inaccessible — 6 Comments

  1. Yikes. I find phone use daunting, though I am better when I choose to make a call as opposed to when the phone rings and I have to decide if my mind frame is sturdy enough to answer at the time.

    Good luck with the appointment card getting there. Maybe it’s not the NHS to blame but no way should anyone on psych meds go that long without a med check.

    • Oddly enough, I’m less bothered when the phone rings… but then, it’s usually only my husband or his parents, and I’m used enough to them. If it’s someone selling crap, I start yelling at them in Russian because why not.

  2. I can relate!

    I was so giddy when a now former doctor, current at the time, gave me her email address! I coveted it! She was easy to talk to but having that option was so helpful! I don’t think your doctor would mind if you asked her ๐Ÿ™‚

    • I really like Dr. K and I think she likes me back, so we’ll see. I don’t think she would be against it — just need to do it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Well I do hope your husband was successful in getting you an appointment. My psych just left me (his patients) for two and a half months so he could travel Australia. He put me on a new med right before saying, “See you in March! I’ll be touring the Coral Reefs!”

    • Pleasingly, not only was he successful, but the appointment is on his birthday. His birthday has always been an oddly significant date in my life, so maybe it means that I’ll finally hear something good on my attempts to get referred for ADHD diagnosis.

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