OK, this might get whiney. Let me preface by saying that I heart our teachers so much, and I truly appreciate all that they are doing. I’m really not trying to whine about the teachers. It is more me struggling with how to act in an unprecedented time. We’re definitely struggling, and I know many other parents out there are as well.
Let’s talk about Zoloft
Disclaimer: this is a personal thing that I want to talk about and it helps to process by writing and sharing. Please know that my intention is a MILLION percent not to offend anyone in any way. But I know this can be a sensitive subject, and I’m so sorry if anything comes out weird. That’s truly not what I meant.
So I mentioned to the Health Unit here that I’ve been having more trouble on planes. It’s not the end of the world. I’m still flying regularly. But I usually deal with it by forgetting that I have an issue until the next flight and then white knuckling my way through it. I wanted to try to be proactive. Get in front of the issue. You know, responsible adulting.
The told me that the regional psychologist would be visiting soon and would I like an appointment? I said, sign me up!
So I had my appointment . . .