I Want Out of Isolation

As my ordered isolation continues I am totally going bat crazy mad. I am beginning to think about things and make decisions that are totally against my normal judgement. Talk of going back to the street, even though I am not going to do it. It is just how I feel with being constantly locked up and not even being able to sit on my balcony, as it is a shared balcony. I can’t even go to the bin or check my mail. I have to rely on my caseworkers to do shopping, collect my medication and if they can’t I have to pay expensive delivery rates (which I can’t really afford).

I have been getting a lot of work done lately and also catching up on a lot of sleep. But that is usually because I am having to take a little extra pain relief for my leg. And also that mixed with my antibiotics due to the infection swelling up my right foot this time around and having a wound about the size of a 50c piece. So not a small hole in the foot this time. So it is very painful. I have a couple of pairs of shoes that I cannot wear due to the swelling.

Now I also understand more as to why my counsellor and Doctor have also said that they do not want me in a bedsitter unit with my mental health. It actually makes a lot of sense now. And it is also something that I would now have to agree with also.

I just want to get out of isolation, so then I can at least sit on my balcony again, have a coffee and a smoke and be able to sit back in my big black leather reclining lounge. At least I would be able to get some fresh air and be outside of the unit for as long as I want on the balcony.

I bought myself and my mum a new donor cover and pillowcase set today. We both actually really like it.

About The Author

Zac is from the Central Coast of New South Wales in Australia. Zac runs his own online Web Design & Management business. In his spare time, he likes playing computer games, such as Need for Speed Most Wanted, Flight Simulator X, The Sims 4 and various others. Zac also enjoys spending time walking along the shoreline at the beach. Zac has a lot of health, both physical and mental which he is currently working on after a long history of abuse, hardship and decades being homeless. Zac continues to get by day by day and is moving forward with his life and is no longer letting anyone hold him back.