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Offline newsted

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Re: Experiences of depression and anxiety
« Reply #2400 on: Saturday 15 February 2020, 03:19:24 PM »
A slightly different slant on this. Wor lass f***ed her elbow up Christmas Eve and has been in a complete panic about everything ever since, some sort of PTSD I guess, the post-op X-rays are spectacular, so many screws. Medically she's doing brilliantly, they don't need to see her again, but mentally she's a mess. Obvs I'm trying to support her but she's up at like 0130 pacing the floor and s***. She wants to go out every day but at the same time doesn't cos she knows she'll get jostled and that f***ing hurts.

:lol: Don't need any input, just getting it off my impressively muscular chest.
:) As you were.

Offline newsted

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Re: Experiences of depression and anxiety
« Reply #2401 on: Saturday 15 February 2020, 03:20:40 PM »
Fkn new page whinger :lol:
:) As you were.

Offline Mike

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Re: Experiences of depression and anxiety
« Reply #2402 on: Sunday 16 February 2020, 11:31:09 PM »
:lol: Today has been an absolute blast, he said sarcastically.