Anna, The original post was from 6 months ago. I realize there are a lot of posts on this thread, but CJ has been hospitalized and gone through a PHP program since then. I understand her to be honest with her providers since the hospitalization.
From what I understand, her diagnosis is not Munchasen by proxy.
I'm sorry if my original post seemed kind of harsh, I just don't like to see anyone attacked over something they no longer do. View Thread
Anna - Where do you get that CJ isn't telling her providers that she's a Self Injurer? Are you new to this board? I don't think I've seen you here before. We try to be supportive of each other & help each other with treatment, not try to bring them down.View Thread
I voted take the test, but only if you can afford it SB. What I'd really recommend is that you find another doctor. If she's trying to make you fall, that's beyond unprofessional - it's sadistic.View Thread
Happy Easter All! I think we should all put on Rabbit Suits & hop around our houses (sounds like fun to me). And, since Easter falls on April fools day, you should send your kids out for candy you did not hide. April Fools!View Thread
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