It sounds like a nightmare.
Would it be helpful to other patients and YOURSELF if you called and spoke sweetly
to the supervisor about
The part where you lose your privacy is alarming for many reasons. The worst:
The wrong person could hear what meds you're taking and follow you outl
You have the dx "Chronic Pain" It seems like something could be done to make
this better for you. I can't even drive because of my neck pain. In CA there
is a little more kindness toward disabilities. We have cards to place on our cars
so we can park in designated spaces and not have to walk far. This just isn't
fair or right for you. They obviously need spaces like this or more spaces. Can
ions be mailed to you? Can you say your meds make you sleepy
and you don't feel safe on the roads. If you don't take the meds you're in too
much pain to drive. (This might not be a good thing. The doctor might be alarmed
Maybe if you were on disability you would be treated fairly.
Who was it sitting there, huh? Spill. : - D It's good for your soul.
We found a cheap apartment. The people there are very concerned about
"preserving the integrity of the neighborhood" OMG! for once luck has come
my way. The place is an artist's dream come true and No stairs! Only one
problem: I don't think it's cheap enough. In my town you dare not go to a
place where the rent is truly affordable.
And we have to buy a refrigerator or else keep our food cold in a beer cooler.
My eyes are crossing. G'night.