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Offline Ms Gadget

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Re: At what point do you consider suggesting admission as an inpatient?
« Reply #10 on: April 11, 2011, 10:39:58 PM »
Are connexions people like counsellors too? Maybe that will be of support when he does live on his own too.It would be nice if my son had someone he could trust and turn to in times of stress, because he doesn't come to me usually, too close to home and I think he is worried that I will get upset.
Thanks Billy, thanks for your support.
try ur local connexions they have helped me alot i have been seeing my adviser for a year now, he come 2 opontments with me    , offters extra support and keeps an eye on me so when i feel worse i get the support i need. What i also find helpful about a connextion adviser is that u can txt them so if u r having a bad u dont just have to wate for ur next opontment.

U sound like ur doing a good job x x x x

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Re: At what point do you consider suggesting admission as an inpatient?
« Reply #11 on: April 11, 2011, 11:02:37 PM »
well there not really conclours, my connextions adviser works alone side my conclour so i see them both each week. And i can txt him inbtween or talk on the phone if i need 2 x x x

defo worth a try x x x
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