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Mod Squad
Posts: 1,215
Registered: ‎23-09-2016

Re: Home

@redhead not to sound like the drum is really being over-beaten but I really do encourage you to flesh this out with the Case Manager. Would it help at all to start a thread about some potential strategies for once you are home?

 

The whole community can help come up with ideas Smiley Happy

Builder
Posts: 9,351
Registered: ‎24-04-2014

Re: Home

I have a new safety plan I made with my case manager but I'm not sure if I want to follow it tbh
Mod Squad
Posts: 1,215
Registered: ‎23-09-2016

Re: Home

@redhead oh true! Any reason why not?

Builder
Posts: 9,351
Registered: ‎24-04-2014

Re: Home

@Bree-RO I don't want to follow it because I should be dead.

I ended up speaking to my nurse about some of these thoughts and she just said 'why are you even trying with uni then?'
Community Manager
Posts: 4,816
Registered: ‎20-08-2015

Re: Home

Hey @redhead hope things are looking a little more bright today!

 

Remember the great supports around you and how much we all want to help you make this work, even if it's tricky to get started. You can do this!

 

 

Builder
Posts: 9,351
Registered: ‎24-04-2014

Re: Home

@Ben-RO I'm looking forward to going home today.

I don't think I can do this though. I'll try but it seems too hard.
Community Manager
Posts: 4,816
Registered: ‎20-08-2015

Re: Home

Just keep going @redhead!

 

Remember to lean on your supports today, they are there to catch you if it gets too hard and are ready to support you until you're ready to stand on your own two feet again.

 

So keep trying, and when it's too hard, use STOP, use TIP and use wise mind ACCEPTS, talk to us, talk to the team who are there with you! Don't forget us Smiley Happy

Builder
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Registered: ‎24-04-2014

Re: Home

I'll try
Builder
Posts: 9,351
Registered: ‎24-04-2014

Re: Home

So...um.
Mod Squad
Posts: 530
Registered: ‎17-10-2016

Re: Home

what's up @redhead? Your post is a bit short (any cryptic) for me to understand what you were saying!

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