Good apt with dr. barry

So I had a good apt with dr. barry!

I got to talk a lot about my stresses and worries.

It really helped. I felt heard and validated and understood.

We are trying zopiclone again for sleep. I am going to double up on the dose, instead of taking 7.5 Mg I’ll be taking 15 Mg.

Hopefully that will work and I’ll be able to get a little sleep.

Right now It’s hit and miss as to how much sleep I get.

I spent the best part of an hour with Dr. Barry today.

When I came out of my appointment, I was starving. There is a stall outside the hospital that sells tea, coffee and sandwiches, I decided to get a sandwich but all that was left was chicken salad, tuna and sweet corn, and so I took a chicken salad one, even though I’m not a huge fan of salad.

When I got home I demolished it along with some Christmas fruit cake.

Now I am waiting for my sister to come over.

Mom has improved a little, she’s at least getting some of the sticky mucus up now, she rang me this morning, and she said she’s feeling 60 percent better.

I’m so relieved!

She’s still very afraid to move around too much. She’s taking things very slow.

But at least she’s doing better!

I can relax a little for now at least!

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.

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