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I have anxiety almost every day in some way or another. This morning it was over a problem at the breakfast table. I live in a residential care facility and there are no private tables. One of the women that sits at the same table was having problems with her care giver and tried to discuss it with me. I told her that she should talk with the Administrator about her problem.

She seems to take out her problem on me and not with the proper people. I keep telling her that I can't solve her problems. I also tell her to take up her problems with a psychiatrist or psychologist. She tells me that she doesn't have too.

After talking with her, I get all upset and nervous in my stomache. I also have a headache each time that she asks. I keep telling those women that there is nothing I can do to solve their problems. They must do it with the Administrator or the Ombudsman.

I don't know how long this will keep up. But I'll bring it up next time at the Council Meeting. I hope that they will do something to help both of these women.

Glen Mayberry-Writer

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