Please Let This Be A Mistake!

I got a notification yesterday that I’d been dropped from my health insurance.  Any Bipolar knows that you’re basically fucked without health insurance – I have a million and one doctor appointments per month, and even more prescriptions!  And I had just hit that sweet spot where I’d met the $3500 coinsurance (!!!) and everything was covered 100% for the rest of the year.  Right now, I am occupying my time with freaking out.  If you have any positive ju-ju, please send it my way.  I’m hoping that this is somehow a mistake, since I got zero notification that this was coming.

In more positive news, the weather has warmed up enough for me to go take a hike!  So I will do that before therapy today.  Boy, Dr. BigHeart does NOT know what she is in for.  Oh well, that’s why I pay her the big bucks.

Hope you are faring better than me, my friends.  WE NEED SOCIALIZED MEDICAL CARE IN THIS COUNTRY!!!  IT’S A RIGHT, NOT A PRIVELEGE!!

Ok, off my soapbox.  Peach out.

12 thoughts on “Please Let This Be A Mistake!

  1. I will send you boat-loads of good ju ju – it’s got to be a huge-ass BOO BOO! I’m so sorry you have to deal with this, ugh ugh ugh….you and me both, let’s take a deep breath together here!

    Couldn’t agree with you more that this country needs socialized medicine. What a fucking no-brainer! Its enough to make me want to move to bloody London or the Netherlands. (They have socialized medicine, right? I’m so ignorance, it’s very embarrassing!)

    Have a good hike, my sweet peach!
    XOXOXOXOOXXOXOXOO

  2. Everything I got coming your way! That’s some shite right there! Some time in the wild is perfect for meditation for clarity. I hope, from it, you find some resolve or an answer to this god-awful situation! I hope it works out, keep us updated please!

  3. Ahhh holeeeeeeeey crap! I am rooting for you, chica! I know what it is like to be bipolar and underinsured, bipolar and uninsured…it’s not pretty! I know my life got about a million times easier and less stressful when I knew my meds and appointments would *almost* always be paid for. Might also be worth mentioning, that it COULD be some sort of fluke piece of mail and you just need to do a little bit of paperwork or sign something or send in verification of something in order to get it going again. I am hoping for you, that this is the case! ❤

  4. OMG, good juju en route right now! I hope this is just some kind of clerical error.

    Amen to socialized medicine! Healthy people pay healthy taxes, after all!

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