- Aug 4, 2007
I'm having trouble coming up with a logical argument about why there's no possibility for them to be false. But they're very convincing thoughts so I'll see if I can come up with something later.Tell me one thing you think is not false.
Even so, it'd upset me too much and I'm not putting myself in that position.Filling paperwork for clients is part of the job for any therapist. Based on past history, he might screw it up but not because of you - he would have to fully own that one.
I do plan to try and get another prescription for birth control pills (since I never filled the one I got a few years ago) and try that to see if it changes things for the better. The mood change from hormones isn't usually too bad (either easily saddened or suicidal thoughts 1 or 2 days per cycle, but the suicidal ideation in general has reduced a lot including with the cycle). So my main motive is to swap to a 3 month cycle rather than monthly.Yes that's a reality, I know. I don't know what to advise about that, unless you feel able to talk to your doctor about it.
In a world of finite resources, I think it does make it less important and less worthy. People can't put energy into other people's stuff if they're struggling with their own things.You do tend to overthink, overanalyze, and overpersonalize things. But beyond that, the fact that everybody has problems does not make yours any less important or urgent, and certainly it does not make yours any less worthy of professional help and attention.