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    Cant stop cryinf
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    Anything we can do?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
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    Anything we can do?
    Dont know feel like a lost cause and a waste of space
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    Second day of Fluoxetine. Also have zimovane to help me sleep, and have another review on Tuesday.
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    (Original post by Anonymous #2)
    Hope today has been better?

    Thanks Fully trained now so I've been on the till by myself all day :eek: There's a tiny chance I might have fudged the till up a bit but trying not to worry.
    Feel pretty rubbish but ah well

    Ooh, well done! Sure you won't have, even if you did you won't be the first to have done it or the last. Hope you're ok :hugs:


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    All I want is for people to be reliable, I guess even that is too much to ask.
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    i cant stop crying
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    My cmht nurse doesn't understand that it's possible to believe that everything is so utter pointless to me and yet I'm not suicidal. He says it's quite a damning statement for me to make and yet not want to die. I guess it's cause I'm terrified of actually dying and I do think about death a lot.
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    All I want is for people to be reliable, I guess even that is too much to ask.
    Agreed


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    Has anyone here got one of these care plan things ?

    http://www.nhs.uk/Planners/Yourhealt.../Careplan.aspx
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    (Original post by Scott_Maslen_Fan)
    Has anyone here got one of these care plan things ?

    http://www.nhs.uk/Planners/Yourhealt.../Careplan.aspx
    I've had a care plan through the Care Plan Approach (CPA) process before, which is sometimes used in secondary mental health services. Usually you have to have a care coordinator to get a CPA care plan. If you are in secondary mental health services but do not have a care coordinator, you still have a care plan, but it is not under the CPA process, it is under the lead professional care (LPC) process. The care plans for people who are in LPC are a lot more basic.

    However, the page you've quoted looks like it's not specifically for mental health issues, but rather for all health issues including physical. I've never had a care plan with my GP or social services (I've never been with non mental health social services), but from what I understand they are for people with complex and/or multiple conditions/issues (including social issues). For example I know someone who has a care plan with their GP/Mental Health Services/Social Sevices because they have epilepsy, mental health problems, an eating disorder and accommodation issues.

    Hope that helps
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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
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    (Original post by rmhumphries)
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    thanks. how are you?
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    Huge hugs to everyone here who is suffering :grouphugs: Especially to Scary and to Jay84 - sorry for your loss

    I survived Scotland :eek2:
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    cant do this
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    At a hotel for a job interview tomorrow morning but the plug sockets are too close to the desk and there isn't enough clearance to plug my laptop in. Which would be fine if I didn't need to finish planning my lesson, resources and practice my questioning.

    I'm just going to cry. I'm so stressed out.
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    Huge hugs to everyone here who is suffering :grouphugs: Especially to Scary and to Jay84 - sorry for your loss

    I survived Scotland :eek2:
    :hugs: how was it? and how are you?

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    cant do this
    can PM me if you want? replies probably wont be immediate because am really not feeling good but here if it would help :hugs:
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    (Original post by ParadoxSocks)
    At a hotel for a job interview tomorrow morning but the plug sockets are too close to the desk and there isn't enough clearance to plug my laptop in. Which would be fine if I didn't need to finish planning my lesson, resources and practice my questioning.

    I'm just going to cry. I'm so stressed out.
    is there a hotel lobby or somewhere else in the hotel with a plug? if not could you ask reception about places open now where you could plug your laptop in? or even if they have some sort of extension so that you can plug your laptop into it instead of it being on the wall? if that even makes sense, gah, no words atm. good luck with interview :hugs:
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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    :hugs: how was it? and how are you?



    can PM me if you want? replies probably wont be immediate because am really not feeling good but here if it would help :hugs:

    thank you, just dont want to add more stress on you - am here if you need to talk though. :console:
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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    :hugs: how was it? and how are you?
    It was actually really good. I begrudgingly concede that Scotland isn't that bad after all

    I'm doing OK, I guess. Tired. It was all a bit exhausting. And today was quite dramatic - we missed our plane! :eek3:
 
 
 
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