Done

  1. So that's it.
    Tried to check in to Recovery Trek at 2AM- status INACTIVE.
    CM just called. I was released from my PNAP contract 4/18/18.
    Its. Over.
    3 and a half years.
    So if you'll excuse me, I have a life to get on
    with...
    I always said I would pay it forward, so anyone with any questions, feel free to contact me. Especially newbies. It's so scary.
    #survivor
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    About Meq815

    Joined: May '17; Posts: 45; Likes: 99

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  3. by   rn1965
    congratulations
  4. by   hppygr8ful
    Congrats
  5. by   willow14
    Congratulations!!!!!!!
  6. by   Indiana RN
    Congratulations!!! Seeing a post like this gives me hope! we CAN make it through this!!
  7. by   SpankedInPittsburgh
    YAY YAY YAY YAY!!!!!!
  8. by   Recovering_RN
    Omg that is so good to hear!!!!! Congratulations!! How do you feel? Relieved, obviously, but any anticlimactic feelings? Like "now what?" Or just pure bliss?

    So what was your official contract date? Did you end exactly on time?
  9. by   mimifromtx
    YAYYYY!!!! I think you must be totally relieved! But I wonder about the PTSD type of feelings that monitoring must cause....Like will you always wake up at the crack of dawn for ever to try to check in just because of the years spent doing the whole checking to make sure you're in compliance?
  10. by   Meq815
    It's so bizarre that I almost don't know how I feel. Relief it's OVER. PTSD for sure from the whole damn ordeal. I just said to my husband "is this real life? Am I gonna wake up tomorrow and this will all be a dream??" It will def take a while to sink in. It's almost like I'm mentally reliving the events from day one.
    I already deleted the Recovery Trek app from my phone. Not gonna lie, that felt sweet.
  11. by   Persephone Paige
    So happy for you.
  12. by   Meq815
    My contract date was 4/8/18. So 10 days. My CM informed me it could take 4-8 weeks to be released. So there's that.
    I got picked to test 4/9 of course.
  13. by   Recovering_RN
    Quote from Meq815
    My contract date was 4/8/18. So 10 days. My CM informed me it could take 4-8 weeks to be released. So there's that.
    I got picked to test 4/9 of course.
    Jeez, what absolute jerks (I had to delete my preferred noun, I figured they'd censor it out even if I used only the first few letters!). So it's like they were hoping you'd think "ok my contract end date is 4/8/18, so that morning was my LAST check in. I'm gonna go out tonight and celebrate with a glass of champagne." And BOOM, next day you get tested, after thinking you were done. They'd get an easy additional 3 years of income! Wow, I am amazed and disgusted.

    Nice that your CM told you there would be a delay, and good thing you asked, and waited for the official word from them!
  14. by   Meq815
    I really gotta give her props. After the initial tug of war, which she naturally won, she was quite righteous. She was pretty hands off, but responded quickly whenever I needed to contact her. I never felt disrespected by her. I think I got lucky there.

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