We are a spoonie family in the sense that my son is also chronically ill, he has AS and Fibro. Anyway, about a month ago they decided to increase his cymbalta to 90 mg because of his pain and trouble sleeping. He just walked out of his room and told me that he was refilling his pill case and noticed that he hasn’t been using his tramadol hardly at all the last two weeks. It’s always exciting for me when he is doing well and things are working for him since I am treatment resistant. It will actually help me sleep tonight, I am one happy momma!
why is underwear so expensive
straight guy underwear is like 12 for $5
do they understand how privileged they are
what is straight guy underwear
Also, I am a wife, and a mother of five boys….I’ve never bought a pack of 12 pairs of underwear for five dollars. Maybe five pairs for $12…
Me: *starts crying silently*
Therapist: I can see this upsets you.
Me: … ✨Someone should give you an award for being so observant, well done✨
It’s actually called emotional validation and it’s a key point in psychology and therapy…
That may be, but I find it awfully awkward and embarrassing when I start crying, having it pointed out just makes me feel worse, possibly cry even more.
I’m sorry it is upsetting, it is something you should actually discuss with your therapist. It IS a therapeutic necessity to validate how you feel so it encourages you to feel accepted and comfortable discussing where you are at. If it is disconcerting to you, discuss that. If you are uncomfortable say it. It will help establish the working environment you need and the rapport that is necessary to do the work. Good luck to you!
I’m probably late to the party but I just watched this great fan film based on the story about Dumbledore and Griindelwald from The Deathly Hallows
A commercial that knocks back one of the nonsensical arguments/myths surrounding MMJ in about a minute…love it!
A video discussing the discrimination of the invisibly ill.