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How This Mental Health Nurse Responded to My Question About Her Other ‘Unusual’ Patients

In these isolating times of COVID-19 coupled with national unrest, most people in our country need to be lifted through words of affirmation that we speak to each other.

Add mental illness to life’s uncertainty, and it is like dousing a fire with gasoline. My mental illness has taught me to be mindful of what some may view as the little things of life — a dash of sun in the chill of winter, a slice of pizza, a cup of recharging coffee or perhaps a compliment.

Every month, I must go to the veteran’s hospital for a blood check and to get my medication. I do not necessarily look forward to the trip, because I must wake up at 7 a.m.

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