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I'm interested to see someone else thinks thy have ended up with a form of PTSD after a horrendous period, because I came to that conclusion a while ago about myself. There was never time to pause recover physically and mentally before the next disastrous thing happened. That's why my sleep pattern...
I agree everyone grieves in their own way and there is no timeline to how and when grief affects you. In addition, I wanted to reply because after several very stressful care-moments looking after my Dad, and being constantly 'primed' at night to spring into action plus other emergency events I was...
Hi Everyone, I am hoping someone can help me with this issue. My Caree passed away a year ago and, at first, I was coping really well. I didn't feel the need to cry very much, got on with my job, maintained personal hygiene and kept on top of the housework, whilst also managing to get away for a bre...
Aww thank you BB! I can hear what she'd be saying about us buying the house 'you're f***ing mad, you pair are!' haha! She was never in a position to buy her own house and often thought that I was crazy for buying things like a car, for example! I know she'd have been proud, though :) A very Merry Ch...
Hi Everyone, It's been quite some time since I've been on the forum. Hope you are all doing as well as you can be.As it's been a while, this is going to be quite lengthy (apologies!) Many of you will remember that I posted when my Gran passed away in February from her MND. For a few months, I felt w...
In that case, he may visit the gardens himself when he isn't working if he wishes to say goodbye. Melly1 Doubtful, unfortunately- my Mum (his sister) is scattered in one of the other gardens in the same crematorium and he's never been once in the 3 years since she passed. I think he was just lookin...
Melly1 wrote:
Tue Jun 23, 2020 11:20 am
Maybe.

Where are you having the ceremony and scattering her ashes?

Melly1
It's going to be in the gardens of the crematorium where we held her funeral- sticking to her wishes :)
Hi Melly,

Thank you for your reply- it makes me feel better to know that I've done the right thing by standing my ground.

Having sat and thought about it last night, I think he never intended to come and is using his work schedule as an excuse to 'get out of having to go'.
Hi All, It's been a while since I've posted, as my Gran passed from MND in February. I'd originally booked her ashes scattering ceremony for the first Saturday available after the funeral, but Covid hit before then and so it was cancelled. I've managed to re-book today, for the next available Saturd...
I still can't believe it but, after years of suffering with MND, my mother passed away on Thursday. At least she is at peace now. Thanks to everyone for all your advice and support whenever I posted a query. Best wishes to everyone - take care - stay safe. Another former MND carer here, too. My Gra...