I "graduated" from seeing her when we moved from MA up here to NH, so I do not see her anymore. But no doubt, SS will be asking for her records.
I'm struggling, mentally, because I'm a happy person. Like that makes sense, right? So I find a lot of people give me quizzical looks, including some practitioners, when they hear, or I relay, what's going on in my body/life.
I "appear" well-adjusted and managed. But see, that's just it. Things are very tightly managed. It's because it's managed I've even been able to get this far.
Pulling the rug out from under me will cause me to slip, yet verbalizing my desire to maintain the present course is met with how I "shouldn't" need PM care since each surgeon said it was the other one's issue.
It's actually a combination of both situations that cause me pain. I almost feel like I have to go in there and act miserable.
I can keep this boat afloat, but not without their help.
PS: Char, the comment came from my (previous) psych therapist, feeling I "shouldn't" be on meds, that I don't "seem" to have CP, that I "should" be healed and moving on. She'd shake her head at the mere mention of a single Percocet.
My PT (my new one) is totally awesome.