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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Message Board


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YOU REALLY ARE IN A STRANGE SITUATION. I HAVE KNOWN TWO PEOPLE WITH ALS. YES, THE ILLNESS DOES PROGRESS RAPIDLY. AND A TEN YEAR OLD IS VERY AWARE OF CHANGES IN THEIR PARENTS. YOUR EX MAY BE IN DENIAL, ESPECIALLY IF HE WAS JUST DIAGNOSED. THAT MAY BE WHY HE IS NOT READY TO TELL YOUR SON. ANOTHER REASON IS THAT YOUR EX MAY NOT KNOW HOW TO TELL YOUR SON EXACTLY WHAT IS GOING ON WITH HIM. YOU STILL HAVE A LITTLE TIME, THOUGH I WOULD NOT WAIT TOO LONG BEFORE I TOLD MY EX THAT HE HAS A RESPONSIBILITY TO TELL YOUR SON. IF, FOR SOME STRANGE REASON, YOUR EX DECIDES NOT TO TELL YOUR SON, THEN THE RESPONSIBILITY WOULD BE YOURS. ANOTHER THING, YOUR POOR LITTLE GUY IS GOING TO BE DEALING WITH ALOT OF MIXED EMOTIONS, ONCE HE FINDS OUT. GET HIM INTO SOME THERAPY. ALOT OF KIDS BLAME THEMSELVES WHEN THEIR PARENT IS ILL. WISHING YOU THE VERY BEST.





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