Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Behaviors and happenings are just not bloggable these days. Sorry.

The p-doc recommends RTC. I am against that idea. She also told J that if she didn't get a grip she was headed for jail. J laughed. P-doc told her it wasn't funny. Nope. It's not. She added another drug instead of increasing risperd*l because her cholesterol was elevated. Sorry...I am not worried about her cholesterol right now. I am tired and tired of whining.

Go read Ceyja & Maia's new blog. Ceyja's Days. They have reminded me that I have no reason to whine so I'm dragging my whiny butt outta here.

10 comments:

Alyssa's Mom said...

Oh Lisa!

You are absolutely right, J is not going to get better at a RTC.

Prayers being said.

Me

Jillene said...

Don't feel bad!! Some days I don't have anything blog-worthy so I just don't blog.

Kristina P. said...

Lisa, my blog has missed you!

Just remember, people are thinking about you!

marythemom said...

You are loved. Consider yourself hugged! Please e-mail me if I can help in any way.

Love,
Mary in Texas

Christa said...

I'm sorry you feel frustrated. I hope things improve at least a little and soon.

Kelly said...

I am so sorry. I don't even know what else to say. I am praying for you.

Thank you for the link. Very good stuff. I passed it along to a lady I met on-line that is bringing a 12 year old little girl home within the next month or so. I am sure she will find it helpful as well. Thanks again.

Holly said...

So sorry, how frustrating.

Torina said...

Ugh. We got the RTC suggestion, too. Nope. I am with you. I just don't see how it will help. She would probably fit right in with her RAD and you would lose the progress you have seen so far. When I had trouble getting Tara into a psychiatrist to get her meds assessed, I was referred by her disability worker to a neurologist. She was actually easier to get into. And she would assess and prescribe meds. Just a thought since you sound whipped. I have been there and the neuro helped when no one else would.

Maia said...

Thanks for sharing anyway. Hang in there and take care.

Tammy said...

Hi Lisa

Thanks for the welcome I have heard alot about you too!! (from Gerri) We are in different situations but we are still all MOMS and seeing our children hurt
and not having the answers is hard. I miss Siarra everyday but I also deal with her little brother Cody everyday and it is very hard-but we will all be OK-have FAITH!