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Ms Blue Sky

Ms Blue Sky

Learning Disability nursing
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Ms Blue Sky has 3 years experience and specializes in Learning Disability nursing.

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  1. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    His case will go to extra care panel next week, we never would have got this far for him to move, if I'd just dished out pills and left
  2. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    He is engaging again now with myself and his social worker which is wonderful news I will be leaving and introducing him to his new nurse before I go πŸ™
  3. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    It kind of feels like Sisyphus, like pushing this gigantic heavy boulder up hill, getting to the top. Then the boulder just rolling down and you're back at square one again To compensate for his lack of control and power imbalance I guess becaus...
  4. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    Thank you Davey Do, in a nutshell that's how it is He is angry because he feels he has no control over his own destiny and I don't blame him. The problem is he is more vulnerable than he knows or will admit. He is living in squalor with diabetes...
  5. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    So maybe it's better I leave it so he feels he pushed me away and can be angry...than me leaving? Less painful?
  6. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    Awww yes for sure, it's a really tough one, just before this pushing away he said a previous nurse had helped him and then left him 😒 And with his BPD he probably dreads abandonment I love Ray Bradbury, his stories are so touching, I love ...
  7. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    If I can I will say bye and explain I got another job It will be hard but I was starting to feel like I would never get free and had to forever be his carer as he is so vulnerable I may possibly continue with a brief voluntary call to deli...
  8. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    Update: I have made the wrench! I had to quit the job with notice as the commute was killing me...I had another wonderful opportunity and couldn't turn it down. I almost didn't take it because of this chap as he has no family etc. It actually al...
  9. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    This man is so extremely hard to engage with if one does not persist due to trust issues then when he trusts he is lovely, he has fallen between the cracks and lost access to so many services in the past as everybody gave up, I'd hate for him to go b...
  10. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    Hey No Stars In My Eyes that's just what I was planning Just has to be the right person once I have found someone I will feel free to move on I will be happy to find someone as I can then take a more local job but feel I cannot just leave ...
  11. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    Thank you Okami, I'm thinking straighter now and seeing how ridiculous the idea of working with him in a new job would be The truth is though (cannot write much here because of confidentiality) but people with his diagnosis most easily recover w...
  12. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    Yes I will discuss it moving forwards, as for sure there is a danger of it getting out of hand I like the idea of a well thought out plan thank you
  13. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    Well I changed my mind and decided to stay as at this point I don't want to let him down it feels wrong I will try to break the unhealthy dependency / dynamic Thank you all 😊
  14. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    Thank you, yes I do I will leave and still present the case at panel for him luckily that is coming up soon ☺️ I will say goodbye and explain I am leaving as this job is right near my house, I pray it'll go fine
  15. Continuing to work with patient if change job?

    Davey Do that is lovely such a sweet story but yeah it is quite a different situation to mine I guess, but like you I do care about this patient In my case, it's got to the stage where this chap will only take meds if I give them at the moment a...