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Seen the gp, and have an appointment with the practice counsellor in a week. Spent yesterday in or close to tears but woke up today feeling fine.
That's great. Do they feel medication would be beneficial alongside the counselling? It helped me get to an even enough keel that I could process the counselling, but I know it doesn't suit everyone's symptoms and circumstances.
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Our daily newspapers are currently filled with 'Prozac killings' cases and accompanying articles on the pros and cons of medication for mental health issues.

It could have nothing to do with this but in any case, medication was not discussed and I am fine with that at this point.

I woke up exhausted yesterday and was extremely emotional and exhausted all day. I was awake before the alarm which made me think I had slept enough, but comparing yesterday to today I think maybe I was sleep deprived and too confused to even realise it.

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Is my Netflix subscription a metaphysical, abstract, or what kind of thing?

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'Digital'?

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Virtual?

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I don't think it's much different to a monthly magazine subscription. Instead of the content arriving in your physical mailbox, the content is coming through the Internet tubes. I don't think the nature of the subscription itself is different, but rather the means of consuming the product.


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If you had something wrong medically and a friend of yours said she wasn't interested in hearing about it what would you think?   
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Depends what it is.

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^ That. I try not to bore people rigid with every symptom I have (and living with chronic illness, I have a fair few) or with details of every X-ray, blood test or MRI I go for. My body and its malfunctioning are of limited interest to anyone other than me and even I often feel bored with it.
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I've got a few friends who, apart from making sure I'm not about to keel over, aren't remotely interested in the ins and outs (literally) of my condition.

I like it.

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I prefer to know what is wrong with people because otherwise how can you offer sympthy
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I understand it is your raison d'etre, but maybe they don't want you to offer sympathy.  And this is not about that, this is about them not offering you sympathy and being entered into your big book of grievances.

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Has anyone managed to snag an NES classic?

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I have just discovered a chat section on the Tapatalk app. It has messages in it from quite a way back. Are these messages sent to me personally or are they a call to the whole of the membership via the chat room?

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Is it possible to be a "gender non-binary trans woman"?