The vaccine roll out here in sleepy Lincolnshire is being done with a military precision. Already a majority of my family has been vaccinated and as one of my sister in laws is a nurse, the pressure to 'have the jab' is extreme. On the one hand I am glad the children will be able to go back to school as it's been stressful trying to homeschool my youngest (4) while trying to work and managing the behaviour of my oldest (8) who is autistic and has been going to school the whole time, yet I cannot find a way to escape getting this accursed jab as the pressure on all sides to get it is growing and my husband is fully on board with the whole vaccine thing and thinks Boris Johnson the new Churchill and the Queen is an a amazing person
It has been my experience that over the winter with everyone stuck inside with little to do but watch TV the propganda has really sunk in and everyone seems to be hanging on the lastest statistics and facts from the news. Last year when I persuaded the mother in law to leave the TV alone and enjoy the summer weather in the garden she stopped being so fearful of the virus but the moment the weather turned and (she was done in the garden) she was back in front of the TV and back to her old fearful self.
I'm not hopeful of getting out of this here as I am the only one. At least there is a protocol I could try (thanks Gaby and Keyhole! ) and I'm trying to get the supplements but I fear the worst for me here. Sorry if this is posted in the wrong place and I hope I'm not making noise.
Hi @Jebra, I can totally relate to the pressure you are feeling including this feeling of isolation and / or questioning your sanity for being the odd one out. It's truly crazy-making! The pressure here in the UK to get the jab is UNPRECEDENTED.
My best advise to you is NOT to get the jab for others. If you're going to get it, get it for yourself and accept full personal responsibility for it. You have to think of the worst case scenario... If you get it and something goes wrong, you don't want to be in that position where you're feeling really bad because you fell to peer pressure. This is not how medicine should be practised... Medicine shouldn't be practised via peer pressure.
Remember when you sign that consent form before the jab you aren't signing on behalf of others, you are signing on behalf of yourself and acknowledging you are happy to be jabbed and are fully aware of and have accepted the risks to yourself.
I would highly recommend this video of a woman telling the story of her mother
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And this too
This is apt too