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Hello Anthony, It sounds like it's all getting too much for you. This is no surprise - no one would be able to do all what you do alone. Have you thought about making an urgent appointment to see your GP and tell him/her what has happened? You sound like a kind and loving husband but it's essential ...
Anne - I think it's very unlikely the school would exclude your grandson. They are understandably concerned that he hasn't been attending school properly at the start of the school year. I am sure they will want to know how they can help him. Has he got a friend?
I used to work in a mainstream school as a Teaching assistant. The child with special needs would always be put in a small group with the children with behavioural problems. Then I would sit with them and help them with their work. Usually the special needs child would want to learn and be well beha...
Hello Anne and welcome to the forum.
Sorry to hear you're having trouble with your grandson. Find out who he has been seeing during the school holidays because it sounds like he's learnt that anti social behaviour from someone else. Has another child been bullying him?
Hello Veronica and welcome to the forum. I have one son age 28 who has mild Asperger's. He is very intelligent but has not been able to hold a job down for more than a few days due to social anxiety. He is on medication for anxiety and depression. He still lives at home but does help look after his ...
Hi Tracy, It is a sad situation but you have managed to get through the first year of her grief, so hopefully her pain will lessen. Encourage your daughter to socialise with other family members and friends. Have you tried distracting her when she gets angry eg putting the radio/tv on or giving her ...
Hi Tracy Sorry to hear about your situation. In your post you say you are 'not allowed to struggle, be upset' etc. Has your daughter seen how upset you are feeling? I guess you and her late father were not close to eachother before he died (correct me if I'm wrong) In which case your daughter feels ...
Hi Michael, that's interesting because recently I did an online shop from one of the main supermarkets. I had requested semi skimmed milk but they told me they hadn't got any. My replacement was 6 bottles of skimmed milk - every bottle was 'off' and had curdled. When I poured the milk into my tea th...
Hello Lesley, thank you for getting back to me. My mum (age 90) lives nearby to me in a bungalow. Fortunately her mind is still sharp - but she has mobility problems. Mum has advanced osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. I can't drive anymore due to eyesight problems so I take Mum out in a wheelchair. I...
Hello Lesley and welcome to the forum. It is really important that you look after yourself and your partner. As there are 2 of you caring for your MIL then try to set some time each week for you to do things you enjoy doing by yourself. Think about what you would like to do/ what would make you happ...