Last week was fairly good I guess. The highlight was seeing my Dr., had a really nice visit with her, she gave me some Benzodiazepines to help with my anxiety at the moment, as I was feeling anxious and stressed. I see her again in a couple of weeks, looking forward to that.

While I was in the waiting room, this woman sat in the row right behind me and she was stinking, smelling really bad. I was sitting there for about 10 minutes, I couldn’t take it no more so I got up and went to the toilet, came back out and moved up a couple of seats. I could still smell her slightly then, two people sat next to me, and about 5-10 minutes later they went in to the Docs, so I moved up another 2 seats, I was just out of smelling distance then, but I could still remember what the smell was like, I couldn’t wait to get in with my Dr. and get a bit of fresh air, I told my Dr. there was someone smelling out there too. It was gross, that’s twice now I’ve been caught by stinking people in the waiting room, It’s just my luck I seem to attract them. I have zero tolerance for smelly people, it doesn’t cost much to buy some soap, and it doesn’t take much effort to shower and wash yourself. I’ve felt suicidal and still showered, I’ve had terrible depressive episodes and still showered. The only time I didn’t shower for a couple of days was when I lost my girls and I was in a bad state. Even then I wasn’t smelling as it was only a couple of days, and I started showering again after those couple of days. I just can’t understand how these people can’t smell themselves, surely they know they smell like shit. It wasn’t just me either, an oldish man sat in front of her and after 10 minutes he moved to a different seat, a young lady went to sit in front of her and put her scarf over her nose and found another chair. There’s not many worse smells than BO. Dirty stinking people.

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