Inside out

Yesterday we had an embarrassing moment in therapy. We were chatting to Eileen and all of a sudden she very gently and kindly said to us:

“Who got dressed today?”

“I’m not sure, I said, why?”

“Because your sweatshirt is inside out!”

OMG! Seriously? Are you serious?

Talk about embarrassment! Must have been one of the littles that got dressed!

So then I had to take it off, in front of her, exposing my bra, and all and turn it around and put it back on with the right side showing.

Thank god she is kind and cared enough to tell us!

She even smoothed it over for us when it was back on. She was being very motherly and helping us fix it so that we looked presentable.

I just cant believe we came out of the house, went into a taxi, with our sweatshirt on inside out!
The joys of being blind and having did!

Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

13 thoughts on “Inside out”

  1. Eileen is so sweet 🙂 I’ve had a moment like that in therapy too, quite a few years ago now – I was wearing a skirt that did up at the back and I did up the button but somehow managed to forget the zip or it came undone, and only knew when Dr L noticed it as I was leaving his office and very cautiously mentioned it. I’m sure he thought long and hard about whether I’d be more embarrassed if he pointed it out or if he said nothing and let me go around unzipped for the rest of the day.

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  2. Oh bless you. I’m sure one day you’ll look back on this and giggle and appreciate that she did that for you. She wasn’t embarassed and would have looked away as you undressed and redressed I’m sure. I can appreciate why this was horrible I’m just glad it happened with a safe person xx

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