Hey everyone, thought I'd let you guys know with where I'm at with irl stuff as of recent.
Last saturday I finally managed to get my first Covid jab under sedation. As some of you guys may know I've been fighting to get sedation available for the Covid vaccine for autistic people, people who have sensory issues, and those afraid of needles in general. This is a big step forward in making the vaccine accessible and to help make sure more people are kept safe and vaccinated. And they finally opened the sedation clinic last week, the staff was super charismatic, you can choose different methods of sedation, I chose to go with Nitrous Oxide because that's what i've primarily been fighting for, and they have a therapy dog!!! I kind of still have some residual resentment because of everything that I missed because of this whole conundrum. But I can finally start living again very soon, and I won't be in hermit mode for much longer!
That's pretty much it for now.
Justice and Tungsten!
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YOOOO SUCH A GIRLBOSS MOVE!!! Good job Redd!!!
holy shit much luck to you!
I'm autistic, needles scare me, but I often tough it out by looking away. Because of my Hypersensitivity I do feel the needle going into my arm. But I have been trying to teach myself how to deal with the pain of it so I could adapt to it.. That being said, I do appreciate you finding other ways of helping us all out and you have my deepest respect.