I just got a call from my mother in law, saying that she was able to move D from his wheelchair to his bed all by herself. The good news is that he basically did it with no help. The bad news is is that she is going to try to do it all the time, and sometimes he is tired and doesn't help, and now runs the risk of being dropped. She then began talking about after his next intense inpatient rehab taking him home. I know I can't stop her. The good thing is is that aftre she has him there for a while, I know that she will act like her old self and want him outta there, meaning I will get my fiance back. THat he will be living with me again and we can move on with out lives. The other bad thing is is that she wants therapists to come to the home instead of doing outpatient rehab, where he would be rehabed 6 hours a day. He needs to do outpatient for the intensity, the equipment and the socialization. THe woman can't have the boy all to herself. She gave up having a good relationship with him when she made him live in the shed outback. Can anyone just help me focus on the positive light in this situation? I know that she often listens to my opinion because I am a healthcare provider, but when it comes to getting what she wants she will run ya right over. I know she has some kind of psychiatric disorder because of the way she has acted throughout this situation. (for more info see my profile and journal) I just need help thinking of this in a good way. Someone help! Otherwise I will dwell all night about how the man I love is being victimized even more and will never be with me again!!!!!!
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