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Re: Two days now Dinah

Posted by Annierose on September 2, 2005, at 21:12:21

In reply to Two days now, posted by Dinah on September 2, 2005, at 19:48:28

I think you should call/e-mail him if you would like to talk with him. His last e-mail invited your ideas to how to go about meeting for therapy. He may be waiting to hear from you. I don't think it's bugging him. It's probably comforting to hear from people that you are close with. Afterall, his life is upsidedown too.

The ups and downs are normal. And unfortunately, they'll continue for awhile. Nothing is "normal" anymore ... where you sleep, eat, wear, do laundry, read. My daughter and I call times like this "fruit bowl mix-up", when everything is out of sync. Adding to the stress, living in such closer quarters. I don't think my husband and I would fare well under those circumstances. He tends to need "space" and there isn't any in most hotel rooms.

When you talk to other families in your situation, are most looking to move elsewhere?

Do you ever think this is just a bad dream? Were you able to get your in-laws out? and are they staying with you?

If you had an appointment "on the books" so to speak, I think you would feel better, knowing that soon you will see your T. I hope that happens for you soon. Hope is important, on all sorts of levels.

 

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