Appointment with my resource worker at NCBI tomorrow

I have an apt with Catrina my resource worker at the national council for the blind in the morning. Its about employment, but I am not sure what we’ll actually be doing. I went to her a few weeks ago to do some work on job skills, and we did a personality test also. She didn’t tell me what this session is going to be about. all she said is, it will take an hour and a half. So I am wondering now what it will be all about.  I am a little anxious about it if I am honest.  I am still just getting to know her and its hard to open up to her.  I don’t know her well enough to be totally honest with her, although I do try to be as open as I can be with her. And I did tell her about my mental health difficulties.  I just hope that the apt goes well and is beneficial to me.  I guess we’ll see in the morning. I hope I can sleep tonight, but right now I am thinking I really don’t know if I will or not. I am hoping I do though.

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.

8 thoughts on “Appointment with my resource worker at NCBI tomorrow”

  1. What can you lose, Carol? You can only gain more options but even if it doesn’t work out, it was a great way to learn more for the next time. You can definitely only win! So, be excited and enjoy. It will be great 😃

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  2. I hope it will go well and give you some more options. But I also understand your anxiety and that you feel a bit uncertain not knowing her very well and how much you can trust her. From what you wrote about her the last time she sounds like a sensible and understanding person that you can be open with, but if you have a feeling you shouldn’t tell her something just yet, listen to it. Gut feelings are your good friends, most of the time, that’s what I think.

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