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BonesMS

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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8160 on: July 11, 2018, 04:28:23 PM »
Is it easing up any, Bones?  It's such a difficult place to be sore as well, you can catch yourself with your own arm so easily.  I hope it's eased a bit xx

I just picked my son up from the youth club and there was a fluffy cats convention going on in the park.  Three great big fluffy things, all quite young and so friendly, they all came running over wanting to be stroked and made a fuss of.  I love their trusting natures.  It's so lovely when someone/thing just runs at you expecting you to be nice - no fear or apprehension.  So sweet.  So the walk home took ages because we were distracted by the cute cats :)

I hope you feel better soon (((((((((((((((((((((Bones))))))))))))))))))))))))

Thanks, ((((((((((((((Tupp))))))))))))))))

Those fluffy cats sound so CUTE!!!!!!  AWWWWWWW!!!!!!

I'm still using the ice pack instead of the Tylenol and it seems to be easing up.

Now I have to see the doctor tomorrow because the reports I'm getting through the Patient Portal are both confusing and scary.  I don't know what to expect.
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8161 on: July 14, 2018, 11:20:09 AM »
The pathology reports came back but were worded in such a way that the general practitioner and physician's assistant seem to be confused.  Now I'm being referred to a specialist for possible surgery and I'm scared.

There's no one here, face-to-face, that's available to assist me in dealing with this.
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« Reply #8162 on: July 14, 2018, 03:55:42 PM »
Oh Bones, I'm sorry, do you know how long you have to wait to see the specialist now?  Very frustrating that the report was confusing; it's so important to be clear about these things because people need to deal with the situation, whatever it may be, so clear wording is essential.  I'm sorry they haven't made it clear what exactly is going on; it's another worry and an unnecessary one, really, I think people tend to cope better when they know exactly what is happening.  I'm sorry there's no-one there to help, Bones.  I wish I were in a position to be able to come over and help you get things sorted out a bit more easily.  I hope you feel up to posting on here, at least, so we know how you're getting on.  I hope you get some proper answers soon.

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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8163 on: July 14, 2018, 06:53:47 PM »
Oh Bones, I'm sorry, do you know how long you have to wait to see the specialist now?  Very frustrating that the report was confusing; it's so important to be clear about these things because people need to deal with the situation, whatever it may be, so clear wording is essential.  I'm sorry they haven't made it clear what exactly is going on; it's another worry and an unnecessary one, really, I think people tend to cope better when they know exactly what is happening.  I'm sorry there's no-one there to help, Bones.  I wish I were in a position to be able to come over and help you get things sorted out a bit more easily.  I hope you feel up to posting on here, at least, so we know how you're getting on.  I hope you get some proper answers soon.

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Thanks, Tup.

I'm scheduled to see the specialist this coming Tuesday.  My anxiety is going through the roof.
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« Reply #8164 on: July 20, 2018, 01:58:31 PM »
I've been trying to decompress since I saw the specialist on Tuesday.

The good news.....she informs me that it is called a hamartoma and it is benign.  They want to see me in six months to check on the biopsy site and, if everything checks out okay, then it will be back to yearly check-ups in that regard.

Then Wednesday night, I had to deal with another N-relative that I want to throat-punch!

The last time I spoke with this A$$WIPE was back in 2014 when I informed the idiot that my last sibling, my NGCB, had died.  (A$$WIPE had been frequently blowing up my phone demanding to know the whereabouts of NGCB.  Now A$$WIPE knows.  He's dead, Jim!)  During that conversation, the N-relative went on a racist rant...calling my father the N-word, calling Cousin Barry the N-word, calling all biracial folks the N-word!  I am BIRACIAL, PROUD TO BE BIRACIAL, and I VERBALLY BLASTED the A$$WIPE before terminating the conversation, blocking on Facebook and blocking any incoming e-mails from A$$WIPE!

I had not heard a peep from A$$WIPE until my phone started ringing way past 9:00 PM!  (Folks who know me that if you call after 9:00 at night, it better damn well be an emergency or else they'll encounter the BONES ATTITUDE from the USS ENTERPRISE!)  The Caller ID showed it was A$$WIPE!!!!   :evil:  That pissed me off!  Then I thought, maybe somebody died as there are several cousins much older than I am in various stages of health issues.  Against my better judgement, I answer the phone................................................ with a less than polite:  "WHAT?!?!?!?"  My ire increased when I realized he was either drunk or high on something and I HATE drunk-dialing FOOLS!!!! 

He's spouting all kinds of B.S., which irritated me even more and then he drops this GEM OF STUPIDITY...."I haven't heard from your brother in AGES!!!!  What's he up to?!?!" 

Yeah, he got BLASTED AGAIN and REMINDED...AGAIN...that NGCB DIED IN 2014!"
 
WTF?!?!?!?    :evil:
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8165 on: July 21, 2018, 11:50:35 PM »
Bones,
I'm so very glad the growth turned out benign.
I can imagine how anxious the whole wait must've felt.

What a relief!

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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #8166 on: July 22, 2018, 11:07:09 AM »
Bones,
I'm so very glad the growth turned out benign.
I can imagine how anxious the whole wait must've felt.

What a relief!

Hops

Thanks, Hops.
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