Re: I have a complaint!
Yes, It's so unfair. I suppose that unless you are rediculously wealthy, you have to deal with this kind of thing. I moved across the country in November, and had to wait until February for my first apt. And needless to say, I was stressed out of my mind, and had gynecological problems, and hormone swings, on top of everything else. My husband is a Professional, and we moved in order to advance his career. You might think that we would be able to get better and quicker care than that. By the time I actually got to the doctor, I was a mess. But I have learned to cope with my "swings" , I feel sorry for my family who are the ones who are really hurt by this. Sometimes I think that living with someone who is Bipolar is worse than being the one with the disease. I do feel relieved that at least my insurance will pay for me to see a P-doctor in our new state. Back home in California, we had to pay cash, our insurance just didn't cover it. What's funny is, my Mom doesn't understand why I have a hard time coping, she says "well, Jane Pauley has what you have, and she works and copes just fine!" I say, right Mom, she's rich and famous. I'm sure her p-doc makes house calls, too. Oh well, what are you gonna do? Just try and think positive, and not dwell on the negative. And if things get too bad, you can always to an E.R. and they will help you....Hang in there!!