I sent an email


Since the intake assessor seems unsure whether I am serious about their program, I sent her an email. It was just to let her know that I went to the doctor and got all the tests done that she requested. I’m just hoping to show her that by following up, and by showing I got all the testing done, I really am serious about this. I don’t know if it’ll work, but fingers crossed!

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  1. I hope they give you a shot. On the one hand I understand that they don’t want to waste their time on someone who won’t commit, but on the other hand how can they know if they don’t give you a chance? It’s a really difficult situation to be in, and you’re putting yourself out there because you know you really need the help – that should count for something.

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  2. Well done! That can only help. Really good idea. I imagine it was hard to write when they had not shown you much support so big well done to you. I think it’s well worth it. When I worked at and eating disorder service those who kept in touch and “made a noise” where necessary did often get more help. Shouldn’t necessarily be like that – it’s so bitterly unfair it feels like having to prove you want help – yet I did find it was. So I think you’ve done the right thing xx

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  3. I don’t know if you in or not, but no one will ever be qualified to determine your intent. You are the only one that can speak to your intent. Everyone shows their serious side differently. Even if it’s just a game she plays, I would love to be there right now and clearly point out that she cannot decide who’s going to receive help and who will continue to suffer. And if she thinks that power is hers, she must not have a life. She’s living thru everyone else. Can you tell I’m pissed!
    The most important thing is to keep on trying, because you never know when it’s going to click.☺
    Take care of yourself-

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