I was talking to my mom and she said because she’s getting older and tired, she can’t afford to look after me whenever I relapse. She went on to say that I should stay home instead of work or school. I could do these things from home if I wanted to but that there’s no pressure.
I’m also looking at the possibility of being partially home-bound for the rest of my life and I’ve accepted it. I’ve also accepted that I don’t see a partner for myself in the future and that I’ll probably end up in a home when I have no more family left to take care of me.
I definitely want more for myself and will work hard towards recovery because I am still young. But it’s okay if things don’t go 100% according to plan.
Maybe if you have siblings they could house you, or help you in the future.
Kudos to you for staying out of the hospital for over a year.
I empathize. My mother isn’t getting any younger, and I’m nearing 40. I think what I’m trying to say is that I’m also going to have to make some similar decisions in my future.
Whatever decisions you reach about your future care I hope you’re happy and at peace.
Don’t be so sure about that. As you said you’re still young. Nobody can predict the future.
Both my parent are very old and my brother is too busy with his life.
I don’t know what will happen to me in the future.
I belong to a MI Charity Organization that provides supportive housing, so this could be in my cards.
I’m already using their case management program.
Hold on to hope @MissJennyJen.
Good things could happen in the future.
Thank-you for the encouragement everyone!
I wish I could give everyone a hug in real life.
Keep on fighting!
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