Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Medico-legal

Today I got the letter advising me of my appointment with the medical expert for insurance purposes.   I'd been waiting for it so it wasn't a surprise, but when I opened it I realised how much I'm suddenly dreading it.  I know that it's for my own benefit, but on the 30th March I'm going to have to go through how the injury happened again, just has it had started fading.  One consolation is that hopefully this is the last time I will have to.

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  1. i hope so too :(, sending hugs.

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  2. I hope it isn't going to be that bad. you'll get through it Juni! You are a strong woman and can get through whatever this appointment is gonna throw at you!!! :D

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  3. If only all the good things in life could be brought over and over, and never the gloomy, heartbreaking, sobbing, horrible, scary parts of life....but then someone will remind me, but if it's always wonderful that will get old too...NO IT WON'T! Good luck on the 30th and may it finally come to rest in the past for you! Are you bringing with you something soft and lovable?!

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  4. I don't know the injury or what caused it, but I hope it is easier than you are anticipating.

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  5. It's emotionally painful to have to relive bad moments in your life. I do a great deal of that in my head, and often wonder why I seem to torture myself that way, but you have no option. I hope it goes better than you are expecting.

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  6. Kenju, thank you. I got my right femur (thigh bone) broken in a car crash in June 2010. It was a very bad break so it's been a long time mending!

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  7. Well--the one thing I've experienced with the traumas in my life is the more I talk it, the less emotional power it seems to have. HOW that works for me, I don't have a clue. I just know it does.
    I can hope you'll have the same experience. Cuz I know the first five times I talked it--it sure didn't FEEL like it was less......but about the tenth time I stopped to ask myself 'hold on.....where'd all that emotional pain GO?!'. It was rather wierd. But rather comforting, too.

    Seriously--I'll hope for you to have similiar experiences.
    *hugs!*

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