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I am so sorry to hear that. it must be so, so hard for you both. Is your friend conscious? Would you be able to call him? Or maybe write a letter for nurses to read? I know, not really a substitute for being there in person. but might give you both some comfort. Also just feel tremendously proud of ...
Hey Allie Sorry to hear about your situation and that you are feeling lonely. Is your daughter getting professional help with her MH problems? Do you manage to get any time for yourself? I care for my Mum, and until last year my Dad. Mum has Alzheimer's. I also have a young family. Work part time an...
I second going along with the crazy talk and then also try to distract from it if it is something upsetting like someone stealing. This works with my mum.

But agreed it is emotionally hard. There are days I deal with it better than others.
Hi Sue I used to feel like this. Someone here told me to replace the word guilt for sad. You are sad that Mum is elderly and less able than she was, but you are not guilty because it is not you who caused it, it is just the price your Mum has paid for living into a very old age. Not something you sh...
Hey AJ Sorry to hear you are having a tough time. When we needed emergency respite for my Dad we arranged it through social services, they had a list of all the homes with respite beds which was helpful. They also paid for some of the care (not all as we were self funding, but we were entitled to a ...
Hey Jasmin

Nice to hear from you again. Absolute rubbish that you can't claim carers allowance. Carers allowance is a benefit for you not for mum and won't have any impact on your Mum's benefits. Please do phone or email the helpline.
They are absolute idiots for treating you this way given you sound an amazing employee and they are lucky to have you. Aside from the human element in treating you like this, in pure business terms they are mad. They risk you leaving altogether and then they are stuck with a vacancy which they will ...
Hi Sally Thanks for your reply. My son is currently at the stage of hearing voices and is not being well controlled on medication. Crisis team are seeing him daily and think it maybe a while until he is back to how he was. I tried to go back to work but unfortunately it was only for one day. I've o...
Really sorry to hear that. With care workers in short supply you might think they would want to keep you and be more understanding? Depending upon why you need time off for your son, you might be considered disabled by association under the Equality Act 2010 - this means you have the same right not ...
Thinking of you. Hope you and Dad OK?