D is for Dr. Barry #A to Z blogging challenge


Welcome to my letter D post in the A to Z blogging challenge. I am late with this post I should’ve posted it yesterday but I wasn’t feeling good, so I did not blog yesterday at all.

Anyway, I couldn’t pass up an opportunity to write about my wonderful psychiatrist Dr. Barry.

She is amazing in every sense of the word.

She’s been my psychiatrist now for going on 10 years. It will be 10 years this November.

She is such a kind, caring doctor. I really like her. We’ve worked very hard to build up a strong rapport with her over the years.

We’re very attached to her now.

She is not like other psych doctors we’ve had. She doesn’t push her own agenda.

She listens, and validates our feelings.

She takes our thoughts into consideration when prescribing meds for us.

She gives us benzos even though it is a rarity that she’ll prescribe them, but she knows we don’t abuse them so she gives them to us which I am very grateful to her for.

She is real, very honest, and not afraid to tell me her opinion on matters, even if she knows I might not like it.

I love her for that.

I’m very lucky to have found such an incredible doctor as her. I feel blessed to have her on my treatment team.

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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