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18 November 2007 @ 10:56 pm
sup dudes? Well, where do I start...
For the past, say 3 months ive been in a psych ward, joy!
I was in flynn(main ward) for a month and have been in SECU(extended care/long term) for two months. It has been a interesting experince. Ive met some diffrent people. But for the most part it has been an adventure, so many ups and downs, highs and lows. I'm on weekend leave at the moment, and am either going back tomorrow or tuesday. I'll be leaving the hospital in a few weeks and moving to a place of my own. It is in traralgon and its an assisted living unit, meaning there are a group of flats for people with mental illnesses and they have nurses arond 24/7. The nurses check on your reguraly(3 times a day i think) and you can go to them if you need help, cooking, cleaning and if your feelings unwell. So i think it will be a great learning experince. Ive never lived on my own so im alittle nervous, but this is a once in a life time opportunity. The Flats are beautiful!

What else??
Mark dumped me about a month ago, because he couldnt handle me being in hospital. He'd crack the shits if I didnt do what he wanted. He wanted me to lie to the doctors, telling them that I was fine and not hearing voices, having suicidal and paranoid thoughts.

Nicole came over last night and stayed the night. We went to the RSL for tea and played the pokies and then went to the pub had a few drinks and played the pokies some more, came home. Played cards and just talked. It was great seeing her, since ive been in hospital I feel as if everyone at clubhouse has forgotten about me, woe is me.

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Andreallama_egg on September 17th, 2008 01:11 pm (UTC)
I don't think you still use this at all but, well I wanted to say hi...
I work at Paul the Pieman bakery and you came in the other day, I recognised you from High School/LJ and wanted to say Hi but I chickened out because i'm way too shy and I doubted you would recognise me at all. I hope you get this and come in soon and I might pluck up the courage to say hi to you.
I hope you're doing much better these days.