Afternoon all you lovely carers.
m prompted to write this post, as I have just read a new post about someones very poorly mum. Then i read the replies from carers who struggle to cope in unbelievably difficult situations.
There were tones of guilt, regret and sheer hopelessness from carers who truly love their partners, but see no light in the gloom of severe illness.
I am the cared for one in our house. I don`t have a dx, but have lived with PPMS like symptoms for 14 years. I am heavily dependent on my hubby, but we have 3 other carers too, who make such a difference to our lives.
It is particularly sad when families with young children are affected by the ravages of MS like conditions.
The real reason I
m posting this, is just to say a huge thankyou to people like you. Please dont feel guilty for airing your innermost thoughts. You have to let off steam somewhere and this just could be the best place to do it.
Being a carer must take the patience, strength and dedication of the strongest saint ever.
Thankyou from the bottom of my heart.