I took kt to psychiatrist today - his comment to me was that I was too calm with my dry sense of humor & far too savvy. My calm reactions are helpful in the moment but doesn't push our SWs to do their jobs when services "fall short", which in his opinion is happening. He commented further that if "the system" isn't working, I either make it work or take things on that our waiver of services should be handling. I get the impression that he'd like me to "calmly" push the promised services to work as advertised. He commented that if we can impress the county & the state with utilizing all the services available for the tweedles he can use this for other patients. While I think this was a compliment, I really am not sure I'd like to be an experiment. Further, this type of talk makes me nervous - it opens my eyes to the severity of the tweedles illnesses/deficits. Not that I'm ignoring it - just don't want it shoved in my face on a monthly basis. I've been through menopause, thank you very much. Don't need another "period", if you get my drift.