No therapy, bad migraine

I didn’t go to therapy this morning because I woke up with a bad migraine.

I texted Eileen at 8 AM to tell her I wouldn’t be coming in.

She got back to me and she said it was ok, and she told me to rest and take it easy. And that is what I’ve been doing today.

I slept for most of the morning. Its 2:30 now and I just got up a few minutes ago.

I feel a lot better now. My head feels way better.

Eileen texted me again at around 11:30. She told me that we have 21 sessions left before the funding runs out.

That is more than I was expecting. I’m glad there are more sessions left than I thought there would be.

It takes the pressure off a little bit.

I’m waiting for Trish to get here at 3 and then we’ll make chicken fried rice and overnight oats.

I’m looking forward to dinner. All I’ve eaten today is an apple and some grapes.

I made sure to stay hydrated though…I’ve been drinking tons of water.

Well, that’s about it for now. Catch you all laters…

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. 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.

4 thoughts on “No therapy, bad migraine”

  1. It’s great you have an end time for your therapy now. You’ve been in therapy for so many years and it’s wonderful you can move on now otherwise all that therapy will have been a waste of time. It’s not healthy to stay in therapy all of your life even if your trauma is so very bad like mine. Therapy behind 5/6 years has been proven to be not good. So well done you and once therapy is over you will feel like you’re finally living your own life. Eileen is doing the right thing in letting you go your own way.

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    1. Oh, we are not ending therapy, we are very far from the end, I am paying for it myself after the 21 sessions are up. At least I think that’s what’s happening. We are figuring it out between us but we are not ending 💖💖

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