GarfieldRules replied the topic: I need a cheer up badly
Thanks so much all for your lovely comments. I knew I would get the much needed support that I desperately needed from you guys. We found out last night that my hubbies mum also has a mass in her brain as well. My hubbie is still acting normal. He keeps all emotions bottled up. I am so unsure how to handle this situation. I have tried off and on to talk things through with him. He never raises the subject himself.
Its like this big black cloud has desended over all of us. Luckily my daughter is going to come home each night after work whilst hubbie is away to help me out.
My throat is starting to get a bit better. Sinus's still sore as. Migraine very sore still. My hubbie is having a sickie today as he woke up with a bad headache and feeling really stressed out. I gave him some panadeine forte and a natural stress tablet.
grappers replied the topic: I need a cheer up badly
GR don't push your huuby too much into talking at the moment, he is denial at the moment, the thought of his mother being so bad has not sunk in yet, it will just be there for him, he is going to need your support to get through this, but if you push him now he'll just get angry and you don't want that, us males tend to internalise our feelings until we hit breaking point, as I said just be there for him when he needs you.
titan55 replied the topic: I need a cheer up badly
hi sis.i offered to take you to the doctor or hospital but i understand you can hardly get off the bed most days.i am so frustrated that there is no drug which will help a migraine.migraines are so,so nasty and debilitating.get well soon baby sis.take care.
chronic migraines and headaches for over 25 years.
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