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Yes, I am

Yes, I have been changing my banner a lot. While the headdress that means something deeply important to me and probably won’t change anytime soon, the banner has become a way to say “Hey, I am here and something is a little different today. Today I am on stormy seas.” While my family tries to “help” they just make things more complicate.  I can’t just drop everything and go to the doctor. There are things that need to be taken care of.  So, it’s no surprise when finally I simply drop, and end up in the emergency room. 

Since none of them have a job or responsibilities that they consider time sensitive they think I can do everything they think is important when they think it is important. They scheduled me a doctor’s appointment. I couldn’t go. I had commitments.  So instead of the doctor two days later I am in the emergency because I collapsed in public place so they call an ambulance.  I had no way to get home from the hospital.  (People who really try to helpful sometimes are way off base.) So I walked 22 miles home after the doctor released me and told me to get some rest.

I felt like no one was listening to me all along. Then today I hear them trying to set up an appointment with the doctor again. They can’t do that. This cycle has to stop. Please stop trying to help, you are hurting me.

  • How do you make your family understand, it is what it is?

    • Yes
    • No

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  1. Someone I know can relate. Most people tell her to go to the hospital if she’s truly sick, but she has errands to run and can’t take a break at the moment.
    I don’t really get how they fail to understand her, and these are busy people.
    “Do you think that, if I had the time, I wouldn’t call and schedule an appointment myself?”
    I feel you, and hope you can soon get some time to take care about your health.

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