- There is a plan.
- I get to know what that plan is.
- I am comfortable talking to her.
- She listens to me.
- She looks at the paperwork I fill out for her.
- She advocated not paying a bill.
- She doesn’t spring surprises on me.
- She gives me information (I don’t have to pry it out of her).
- Once she considers me stable, I won’t have to see her as frequently.
- She’d like to reduce my number of meds.
- She gives me hope that I can get my life back.
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