Posted by Donna (220.127.116.11) on October 05, 1999 at 09:47:07:
In Reply to: at the end of my rope posted by Scott on October 05, 1999 at 03:56:32:
Before you make what could be the mistake of a lifetime - STOP and count the good days, the laughter, the sharing and caring, and on and on.
My son, now 28, has had these headaches since he was 17. He has a temper, and when he has a CH, he is someone to step away from until it is over. I've seen him rant and rave, hit his head, watched a grown man cry in front of his mom. I've wrung towels nervously ( because I hurt so for him) until they frayed. I've cried with him and for him.
The reason that I am his supporter is that his other half left him a year ago . He is now the custodial parent of a beautiful 3 yr old little boy, and I do what I can to help them until
he gets over being dumped and gets his life straightened out. He is still wondering why she left them and how she could just walk away.
If you truley love this woman, you will do what you can to educate yourself, ask questions of this board, seek our support( which all give with
genuine love and understanding) and give her all the help she needs and deserves.
Perhaps she has trouble communicating. Imagine how alone she must have felt, how she must have been suffering, to do what you think
she might have done!
If it's that easy to walk away, then perhaps you should.
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