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My Va Dr. Call



I just received a call from my V. A. Dr. And it boils down to Her mentioning to me that treatment has not

Work, and since I no longer can take the stress, she is sending me to a Vet center.

Has anyone ever been at this cross road ? What about not been in treatment ? The more I am away I think

It will hurt me. I don't want to go over and over my vulnerability of the event, that just balls me up in a fetus

Position for a day or so, then it is on my mind.

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Maset22, my vet husband was having a difficult time recently coping with life in general.

He knew things weren't right and that he needed to take a break for a bit.

Follow your doc's advice, just going for a bit of rest time may help you to be more able

to cope with the stress of life.

Hang in there, I pray it will get better for you.


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vetswifeIndy, glad that you took time out to respond, right now I am smiling, some chuckle, not that anything said was funny,

nervousness and just the way your words hit my soul. And you Are right. If is not dealing with something I said or did not say, or the

fear going out my comfort zone, then comes the avoidance, doubt and self diagnosis. This been going on for four to six years now, it is

truly like you stated; Take a break for a bit. Hadit is great, good people. My place for many things, most of all meeting people like you.

Hope your Vet husband comes out with the outcome you guy' want. Thanks

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I had some similar issues with a psychologist at the Hospital. She just got scared because I was a big dude or something. I only asked her the question of why she keeps twirling her hair and stated it was very distractful to me. She hit some keys on her keyboard(panic buttons i'm guessing) told me what your dr said to you, reached me a pamplet with VetCenter locations and said pick one. As i walked out the POPO was outside the door and they politely escorted me out blink.png That was almost 2yrs ago and man I am so thankful the VetCenter has been great. They also don't have an issue with writing up something for a claim, the Psychologist wouldn't write one blessed thing for the claim. So i say use what you got and also it's free in case you have to pay.

God Bless

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