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    So had a whirlwind of a day.

    Got a start date for my job :woo:
    start next thursday for induction then straight onto session thursday night :eek:

    Then found out my mum had been in hospital for 2 days with a liver infection pretty worried about her as shes still very ill, but due to lack of beds they had to send her home to get better at home but shes got to go back at some point for more tests

    Then went to bingo with the mother in law (in her little community hall where she lives to get her socialising with the locals) and won twice :woo:

    Gotta phone ESA tomorrow to tell them i have a job and ask how it will affect us


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    Nice one getting a job! :five: What is it? (feel free not to answer if you don't want to).

    Sorry to hear about your mum, hope she gets better soon.
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    Nice one getting a job! :five: What is it? (feel free not to answer if you don't want to).

    Sorry to hear about your mum, hope she gets better soon.
    Assistant youth support worker :proud: only 6 hours a week contract, but its something, and a foot in the door as most youth work posts are internal and its what i went to uni for so cant complain! My managers already wanting to sign me up for loads of trainings haha.

    I hope she does too :sadpanda: i cant believe she didnt tell me until AFTER she was discharged! She went in tuesday i think!
    Although she most likely didnt tell me as she knew id worry but thats not the point

    Hope your ok :jumphug:


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    Assistant youth support worker :proud: only 6 hours a week contract, but its something, and a foot in the door as most youth work posts are internal and its what i went to uni for so cant complain! My managers already wanting to sign me up for loads of trainings haha.

    I hope she does too :sadpanda: i cant believe she didnt tell me until AFTER she was discharged! She went in tuesday i think!
    Although she most likely didnt tell me as she knew id worry but thats not the point

    Hope your ok :jumphug:


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    That's great; congrats Panda!

    I guess if they discharged her it's hopefully not too serious.
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    That's great; congrats Panda!

    I guess if they discharged her it's hopefully not too serious.
    Thankyou, im so pleased, was my first interview in a long time and my first since graduating!

    They only discharged her cos they had no beds :unimpressed: shes now at home dosed up on so much codeine shes no idea whats going on and on antibiotics


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    all hyper aware of everything right now, so worried about stupid things like him coming to get me just want to be safe. feel so, so stupid. dont know what to do
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    omg that was ****ing awful. the person doing it was absolutely ****. beyond ****. I am gobsmacked. she was uninterested, yawned continuously, sighed, and she was just absolutely ****. vile cow. she didn't even do any sort of risk assessment and basically told me to **** off. she kept asking the same questins and questions she would have known if she actually listened, and completely dismissed why I was feeling so awful and desperate. she basically said theres nothing she could do and couldn't understand why I was fed up with it all. she said that she will meet with the team on Wednesday but the relay group which I was referred to last October would be the way to go. wtf. that's next academic year. i am so desperate I don't know what I am going to do. went to doctors surgery on way home asking for urgent appointment... the most urgent in 12th may when im back in uni. I sobbed at her (the receptionist) and she was nice/sympathetic/think she sort of new what was going on. its a ****ing joke when the woman in a GP surgery goes a better risk assessment than a ****ing mental health nurse. I feel ****ing hopeless and in crisis andn im just sobbing. cant believe I hung on and hung for that piece of ****.
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    omg that was ****ing awful. the person doing it was absolutely ****. beyond ****. I am gobsmacked. she was uninterested, yawned continuously, sighed, and she was just absolutely ****. vile cow. she didn't even do any sort of risk assessment and basically told me to **** off. she kept asking the same questins and questions she would have known if she actually listened, and completely dismissed why I was feeling so awful and desperate. she basically said theres nothing she could do and couldn't understand why I was fed up with it all. she said that she will meet with the team on Wednesday but the relay group which I was referred to last October would be the way to go. wtf. that's next academic year. i am so desperate I don't know what I am going to do. went to doctors surgery on way home asking for urgent appointment... the most urgent in 12th may when im back in uni. I sobbed at her (the receptionist) and she was nice/sympathetic/think she sort of new what was going on. its a ****ing joke when the woman in a GP surgery goes a better risk assessment than a ****ing mental health nurse. I feel ****ing hopeless and in crisis andn im just sobbing. cant believe I hung on and hung for that piece of ****.
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    So many :hugs: She sounds really horrible So useless of them :jumphug:
    Could you get an urgent appointment on-the-day when you're back at Uni?
    Huge :hugs: though, so unfair on you
    Won't be around much today, maybe a bit this evening and also tomorrow afternoon onwards really/after exam, if you need to chat or anything :hugs:


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    your secret santa gift finally came for me! it's awesome! thank you! :hugs:

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    FUMING at the DWP right now, they've completely ****ed over my girlfriend, I could kill them :mad:
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    FUMING at the DWP right now, they've completely ****ed over my girlfriend, I could kill them :mad:
    how did auto-anon come back wtf

    but this was me -_-
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    omg that was ****ing awful. the person doing it was absolutely ****. beyond ****. I am gobsmacked. she was uninterested, yawned continuously, sighed, and she was just absolutely ****. vile cow. she didn't even do any sort of risk assessment and basically told me to **** off. she kept asking the same questins and questions she would have known if she actually listened, and completely dismissed why I was feeling so awful and desperate. she basically said theres nothing she could do and couldn't understand why I was fed up with it all. she said that she will meet with the team on Wednesday but the relay group which I was referred to last October would be the way to go. wtf. that's next academic year. i am so desperate I don't know what I am going to do. went to doctors surgery on way home asking for urgent appointment... the most urgent in 12th may when im back in uni. I sobbed at her (the receptionist) and she was nice/sympathetic/think she sort of new what was going on. its a ****ing joke when the woman in a GP surgery goes a better risk assessment than a ****ing mental health nurse. I feel ****ing hopeless and in crisis andn im just sobbing. cant believe I hung on and hung for that piece of ****.
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    oh love, that sounds ****ing awful. I really think you should complain - she had no right to treat you like that...Am here if you need me. x
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    So after the DWP have taken away all but £20 of my weekly wages and first bus have taken away £12 a week for me using the bus, i will be left with £8 a week. No matter how many hours.

    Well thanks a ****ing bunch DWP. Youv made me REALLY want to go to work now


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    Waiting for my fluoxotine, 25 min wait ._. At least i saw the doc again to get them, was struggling to get an appointment since it seems super busy at my gp place. I rang up the other day half hour after they opened, and they were already fully booked o_O Booked next one in advance so i don't have that again.

    Mood is swinging a bit but kinda keeping it under control.

    People seeming to have it pretty rough atm, hugs for all :hugs:

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    So after the DWP have taken away all but £20 of my weekly wages and first bus have taken away £12 a week for me using the bus, i will be left with £8 a week. No matter how many hours.

    Well thanks a ****ing bunch DWP. Youv made me REALLY want to go to work now


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    :hugs: Have you checked if you're eligible for working tax credits or a free bus pass? I'd go to the Citizens' Advice Bureau and see if there's anything more you can get.
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    :hugs: Have you checked if you're eligible for working tax credits or a free bus pass? I'd go to the Citizens' Advice Bureau and see if there's anything more you can get.
    CAB are phoning me back next week as the man i spoke to today didnt know much about ESA. Dont know if i can get a free bus pass, not sure my dr will write me a letter


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    They are starting me on fluoxetine, one tablet a day, and are giving me something so I can sleep.
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    CAB are phoning me back next week as the man i spoke to today didnt know much about ESA. Dont know if i can get a free bus pass, not sure my dr will write me a letter


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    Ah ok. Sounds like you're taking the right steps then, here's hoping things work out for you!

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    They are starting me on fluoxetine, one tablet a day, and are giving me something so I can sleep.
    Good luck with it!
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    Good luck with it!
    Thank you.
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    Ah ok. Sounds like you're taking the right steps then, here's hoping things work out for you!



    Good luck with it!
    Yeah i phoned CAB as soon as i got off the phone. Its ridiculous. Im being penalised because my partners disabled. How is that even right?


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    Hey guys, is everyone OK? Can't sticl around for long. Step 4 therapy is going alright, early days but we've got some framework I put a full breakdown on one of SophieSmall's threads so will try to.copypasta that sometime. Saw Avengers yesterday and it was and an Iron Maiden tribute band last week :woo:

    Still miss her ffs
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    Recently I have had the tendency to not really concentrate when walking and as a result have come close to being run over a couple times :eek: at least the drivers were concentrating and not turning at speed otherwise there could have been an accident and they didn't even beep at me even though I was in the wrong

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