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PANDAQUEEN
15th Nov 2015, 6:31 PM
As you may have noted in the past week or so, I've been having erratic behaviors in my posting activity.

That is why, as of today, I'm going on leave until I can straighten some personal issues out.

Besides, the serial disagreer won't be able to do much as I'm not online.

coolsim22
15th Nov 2015, 6:56 PM
Think that would be best for you to do Panda, I was actually going to suggest that in one of the other threads but never got round to it, hope you manage to straighten your personal issues out :)

PANDAQUEEN
15th Nov 2015, 7:04 PM
Consider this time to reflect on the positives I leave behind.

I consider this time to fix a few issues that were left unsaid.

See you when I get back. The garrisons will escort me during this time.

r_deNoube
15th Nov 2015, 9:34 PM
Good luck and good health, Pan.

hugbug993
15th Nov 2015, 10:15 PM
Good luck. I hope everything gets sorted out.

If you feel like you need any help with the forums when you get back, let me know. I'll probably be available.

VerDeTerre
15th Nov 2015, 10:48 PM
Take care and come back when you can/want!

Viktor86
16th Nov 2015, 3:36 AM
Good luck with the things you gotta do. :)

PANDAQUEEN
16th Nov 2015, 8:59 PM
Okay, fair warning.

My first of two appointments is today.
This will assess my thoughts.
The remaining appointment is for medicine levels tomorrow
If they prescribe pills with an acclimation period, I just won't be able to talk until Iím ready because the nightmare period was one that shook my core.

If I don't post later, my therapist did enough to empty the vacuum bag of my mind.

UPDATE 2015-11-16: Got the issues needed to be told off my chest, she prescribed a chat site for my emotional issues and she admired my ability to use language to connect.

Tomorrow is once again, the battery of tests to see if my medicine is working. I really wish my appointment tomorrow was scheduled today. That way, I have it done with and passing out is my last item of the day

In case anyone is wondering, my cat Gemini watches Sailor Moon as she isn't fond of the realistic barking in 101 Dalmatians.

Thranduil Oropherion
17th Nov 2015, 10:55 PM
Okay, fair warning.

My first of two appointments is today.
This will assess my thoughts.
The remaining appointment is for medicine levels tomorrow
If they prescribe pills with an acclimation period, I just won't be able to talk until Iím ready because the nightmare period was one that shook my core.

If I don't post later, my therapist did enough to empty the vacuum bag of my mind.

UPDATE 2015-11-16: Got the issues needed to be told off my chest, she prescribed a chat site for my emotional issues and she admired my ability to use language to connect.

Tomorrow is once again, the battery of tests to see if my medicine is working. I really wish my appointment tomorrow was scheduled today. That way, I have it done with and passing out is my last item of the day

In case anyone is wondering, my cat Gemini watches Sailor Moon as she isn't fond of the realistic barking in 101 Dalmatians.

You're lucky in that regard, PQ, that your therapist (or whatever) can tell a day or two after prescribing, because when I was 'clinically upset' due to my stalker (and the issues it raised) I used to have to wait 2/3 weeks to determine if my meds were controlling the situation, and if they weren't, I'd still have to wait for that period to be up before I'd have to detox from that medication and given another to try. In fact it took months to sort out.

PANDAQUEEN
18th Nov 2015, 7:57 PM
You're lucky in that regard, PQ, that your therapist (or whatever) can tell a day or two after prescribing, because when I was 'clinically upset' due to my stalker (and the issues it raised) I used to have to wait 2/3 weeks to determine if my meds were controlling the situation, and if they weren't, I'd still have to wait for that period to be up before I'd have to detox from that medication and given another to try. In fact it took months to sort out.

You don't need to tell me twice on medical detoxing. Prior to my formal return to MTS, I was going through numerous detoxes from various pills, took about 4 years of on again, off again detoxing until I got the right pills.

Speaking of which, they need to check via blood draw the levels of one pill to determine which pill I need more of. Not afraid of needles, just find the blood draw monotonous. They all know at the hospital I need a baby needle as my threshold of pain is in corollary to my sensitivity to pain.