I don’t say that to everyone.
a kiss view on IRM
I love this. Just look at their hearts, how they’re beating..
"— I know it feels like we’re saying goodbye, but we will carry a piece of each other into everything that we do next, to remind us of who we are, and of who we’re meant to be.”
Dullhypotheses’ Guide To Rehab (Part Two)
At around March, I was admitted into a rehabilitation center because of my depression. However, I am feeling much better now, and have thought of sharing my experience so that — hopefully — others may be able to use it in their writing, in the background of their characters, or for their personal use. This is a part two to my guide to rehab, and you can check out part one here. I highly recommend reading that first before turning to this one.
The same disclaimer follows: Not all rehabs works the same way. Different rehabilitation centers have different styles — some more lax, and others more strict. The type of rehab I was in is not the only type of rehab there is, but it is one type.
I hope I am able to be of some help! If there are any questions about life in rehab that you think I might help in, don’t be afraid to send me an ask!
Under the cut, you will find the following sections:
i. Length of Duration in Rehab
ii. After Care
iii. Supplication of Food, Toiletries, Clothing, etc.
v. Group Therapy Guidelines
vi. OJT (On the Job Training) Students
vii. Visitation and Going Out: Day Pass, Out on Pass, Escorts and Parents
viii. Family Dialogue
ix. Checking Out
x. Life After Rehab
|—||Matty Healy (via x-fck-x)|
Aunt May has a few words for the Scorpion.
I have this saved as “me too buddy”.
If you’re going through hell, keep going.
Took a picture of a man and daughter at a coffee shop to show them what they would look like in 10 years