I'm not sure how to ask this question, but it's pretty important to me. It has almost been two years since I was in therapy. I was having a very difficult time in life and my therapist and psychologist helped me piece my life back together and today while I still have difficult days, overall I love life. Part of piecing my life together was relocating 1,800 miles away from my family. For the first time since then I am going back to revisit my family and take a walk down memory lane. I am not sure how to handle my therapist and psychologist though. I left that city in a hurry and never looked back. Before leaving I did tell my therapist I would let her know how I'm doing once I relocate, but that never happened. Once I arrived to my new home I struggled to adjust and then eventually found a full-time job and have been pretty busy since. Going back, there is a part of me that wants to see them, but realistically I know they have appointments and I cannot just 'drop in'. I'm thinking perhaps writing a letter to both of them and hand deliver it to the front desk. I'd also like to include a small candle (something you would find at the dollar store) not as a gift, but to just add a little to the 'presentation' of the letter, but then I think what if they do want to see me? Not for an appointment, but just for a minute or two. After this visit, I don't know when I will be back. I also feel bad because the ladies at the front desk were very friendly to me during my care and didn't know I was leaving. I just disappeared one day. I'd also like to write them a little note (thanking them for their kindness) and include a candle, but I can't remember their names. Lastly, I don't know if they're still at the hospital. I don't know how to go about finding their names. But then I start to think I might be looking too much into this. Everyone at that hospital might have long forgotten about me. I guess I'm looking for suggestions on how to handle this. Can anyone help?