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Re: Centrelink disability interview.
Why do they make us do the whole cranky old bat thing? Surely there must be another option? Such as them doing their bloody jobs, for example.
There is all this talk about people behaving badly when dealing with Centrelink but it always seems to come down to doing the gritted teeth, look up this receipt number, I want to talk to your manager performance. Which means walking a fine line between getting efficient service and getting dragged out of the building by security.
Keep going, if only to piss them off. Look at it as sport for the moment. If you start concentrating on what they are doing to your life you will lose the plot and get taken away in The Van. Marg xxx
I'm guessing there are a few of us out here thinking 'What can I post that isn't negative?' Stuffed if I know, this shit is exhausting.
Re: Bilateral Lat Dorsi Flaps
Hahaha!!! thanks Nikki, I forgot to add it x
Re: October: Happy Everything Awareness Month
I just saw a Facebook post saying October
is also miscarriage and still birth awareness month. Something I also hold close to my heart. A busy month indeed. Sorry for the bold
t don't know how to get rid of it. Ignore that, worked it out
Re: Creative Corner!
a pair of boobs for BC awareness Month
mets daffodils is good
Male BC what about guy with no shirt playing a sport..... showing his breasts...
Just some thoughts, you are more creative than me I am sure that our suggestions will spur you onto great things As I know your creative mind will begin getting great ideas as we all respond to you.
Re: Diagnosed 2 weeks today & need help with mindset please
Keep planning your trip and keep that in mind as you go through treatment. I planned a great trip to Italy during chemo and went last year. It was so amazing to finally be there. Don't book it in, but keep planning those destinations and your 40th European adventure might just be a bit longer in the planning stage!
Re: Bowel screening callback
Take heart, it is likely to be nothing serious. Polyps are common! Fingers crossed, it's amazing how welcome a polyp can be.
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