Today I told my partner I have joined this group and he cried for 20 minutes telling me he was ashamed that it had come to this but I feel like it was a turning moment. We had an honest and loving conversation unlike before. I believe it has made him realise that I am here to support him and I'm not giving up on him. I have also suggested him get involved in a support group as I explained how this helped me. He seemed open to it which is a massive step for him as he has refused help for song long. I am aware this is a long process but I truly believe this is a step in the right direction.
My MIL had a stroke, but the stars really were in alignment for her:background: the DIL and son in this story live in San Diego, we live in Los AngelesI tend to start my stop watch when "things" happen1) She was talking on the phone to a DIL, and DIL noticed the slurred speech.2) DIL told her husband to call my wife, then me (wife was at the gym, and not reachable)3) I was not at the gym due to...
My dad's health is really bad. When he starts running a fever he refuses to follow doctors instructions to immediately get medical attention. This would prevent him from having to go into the hospital. So EVERY TIME he has a cold, he ends up in the hospital. Since he is doing it to himself, if he goes this time I am not going to visit him.