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The venue for the Expert Patient Programme meetings - which ran from
1.30pmtill just after 4pm. I was completely drained at the end of it,
and luckily
found a fellow patient with whom to travel back, hopefully he'll stick the
course out and we can travel together. Quite a large group with just about
every level of illness imaginable. I get a good feeling about it, but it
ain't going to be no easy ride!
11th Sep 2007, 20:04  


yes it is, the two people who are "tutoring" us have both done the course themselves, and there is a bit of the chaos of the blind leading the blind, but it's generally a pooling of ideas and resources. One lady walked out as soon as we got to the teabreak - she'd announced at the introductory session that she was managing her life perfectly well and didn't know why she was there, and I thought if that was the case then her action was a tad selfish and she should have shared her secret with the rest of us before leaving!

11th Sep 2007, 20:29

540air says:

Take over and whip'em into shape hobo ;)

12th Sep 2007, 00:20

minkey says:

Glad you found someone who can do the journey with you.
I suppose it's not easy to come to term that life has changed, and maybe this person didn't realise it. But Taniwha probably right as she might have been more a dead weight or maybe not. Wishing you all the best and speedy recovery:-)

12th Sep 2007, 12:27

Taniwha I know exactly what you mean, I also have run groups and had similar experiences (not to do with health issues though). I started the session feeling a bit out of place among people with much more serious and complex medical conditions (as did a woman with post-natal depression), but we stuck it out, and by the end I found it a quite humbling and enriching experience. Also met a bloke with advanced parkinsons who can't walk without falling over, but he can cycle, which is quite amazing.

12th Sep 2007, 15:13

FilbertFox says:

glad you found it useful my good man

17th Sep 2007, 20:41

Viv says:

oh that is amazing

18th Sep 2007, 10:57