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... I know this is older post , but I felt like I needed to respond...1st I really feel for you being a care giver it is really really hard, but just by reading your post it really sounds like your husband has just gave up.. ... (16 replies)
... im so very tired of being a maid I ask what did i do to deserve all this im so frustrated i want to get a job just to get away my hubby is so nasty hardley will even clean after himself any more he is just a slob i know he needs the help but still i wonder if he is just to fat and laxy to do anything and now with his breathing sometimes he grunts its dribving me nuts,,,,,,,... (16 replies)
... Depression is a disease, not a mood. It is a brain chemical disorder that is treatable. ... (16 replies)

... Hi my mom has been a "maid" to my dad for almost 10 years. He has had 14 strokes and the one he had 10 years ago left him paralyzed on his left side. ... (16 replies)
... law doesn't sound like a typical COPD patient he sounds like a typical spoiled patient. Let me give you some examples as I was dealing with the same problems with my grandma. ... (16 replies)
... side hemiplegia. A condition similar to a stroke victim. ... (16 replies)
... At times in the last year, I have felt more like a nurse maid than a wife! ... (16 replies)
... and said "We're doing things here .. you'll just have to wait a sec" and he said "oh .. ... (16 replies)
... thanks i can relate to your mother my husband is also veryt demanding will will not do a thing to help himself . ... (16 replies)
... and eventually died of it after a number of years. It is part of the nature of COPD that the pt. ... (16 replies)
... also they do a cat scan on his lungs every 6 months to see if there is any changes however they never say wheter there is any more advancement. ... (16 replies)
... I can't say it enough.....find a way to get out of the house for at least 4 hours twice a week or you will end up losing your health like I did. ... (16 replies)
... how long someone will live with PF depends on the person and how aggressive the disease is..So they have not mentioned any changes to you..It may very well be at a stand still, but with your husband steadily smoking like you say he is...Im sure his digging his hole quicker than some. ... (16 replies)
... Dementia board for a while now. ... (16 replies)
... This gave me something to look for instead of aimlessly wandering the malls. It was a much needed short break. No, I did not always buy something, but, gave me something to look for. ... (16 replies)
... no he is not depressed we have been thru all this he does have gad and is under tx for all that (16 replies)
... It's amazing how you can have someone in you life but feel so alone and afaid. I know. I have begun to tell myself that whatever doesn't kill me only makes me stronger.... I don't know if it's completely true. But I feel like if I talk to myself and tell myself that I can do it, I can. sarah (16 replies)
... Thanks for your response. Yes, it is nice to have my own home to come home to. Being under one roof would probably be too much. I don't know if my marriage would survive that. That would be a major strain on everyone, the kids too. ... (5 replies)
Help with my fil
Jun 9, 2004
... I have been in a similar situation, not exact, and it was difficult to get my husband to do what he needed to do. I talked to a physicologist and was told until my husband quit being the good little boy nothing would change. ... (6 replies)

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