Sorry but I don't think the food was very good and they did
have to make their own beds. I have a lot of good memories of the place,
because most of the time, I could appreciate the humanness in people, no matter
the problems they were having. But I have a lot of rotten memories
What it comes down to mostly, I guess, is that I saw, from my
particular jobs, how deinstitutionalization of the mental hospitals was
basically conducted by throwing people out on the street.
But enough of that;have to go help the little one with
homework. I think we'll have to keep hoping for winning the Irish
Sweepstakes. We have at least some chance..my dad enters all those
My adrenals are OK, as far as I know. But I think my
Arimidex somehow effects estrogen cells that come from the adrenals. I'm
not sure; I'll have to look that up again.
You wrote: In the psychiatric hospitals where I worked,
like Creedmoor, the patients were "crazy" and therefore not
treated with respect by the staff--it was kind of like well, why waste
the time explaining anything to them or even talking to them, because
they won't understand anyway. Do they have to make their own beds?
How's the food? I could go with a stint of no responsibility, say six
months for a free vacation?
Tell me, has your thyroid affected your adrenal glands at all? I no
longer have a thyroid at all, it just shriviled up and died along with very
serious adrenal glands damage. I am thankful that I have come down
with diabetics considering it is in my family. Your friend,