For the umpteenth time, I have been let down by the home treatment team and my excuse for a cpn. I was supposed to be getting a phonecall from either or both of them explaining when I was being discharged from the home treatment team, and arranging a discharge meeting with us all. Did I get a call? Did i hell! Is it the first time thisd has happened? No. Is it the second? No. Or even the third...no. I have lost count of how many times they are supposedly going to call me and dont bother. My cpn is supposed to be ringing me to arrange our next meeting and hasnt bothered. I have no idea whether I'm still with home treatment or not. AAAARGH I absolutely hate this kind of blatant rudeness. It's basic manners to let me know what is going on with my care plan. I am sick of the lot of them. I'm tempted to go it alone, because they do pretty much nothing for me except make me feel twenty times worse every time I see them. All they do is bully me into having therapy that I have tried for over a year with no success, and bully me into taking more meds so I am a drugged up zombie. They belittle my achievements, mock my mistakes and generally make me feel like a complete idiot. So why should I keep seeing them? They arent helping. They just make me feel like a failure.
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