reply to post by prophecywatcher
Oh my goodness, I feel your pain! I can relate to the issues you must deal with, not once a year or even once a month, but many times a day, everyday
from now until there is a cure. One thing that you and I as well as several others know, everyday is unpredictable. Never knowing what your child
may do or how he will respond or sometimes knowing just that, creates great stress.
My heart goes out to you.
My son is just short of his 13th birthday. At the moment our lives are extremely tumultuous. He is in the seventh grade, yet hasn't attended school
since Oct.3 this year. As of now he is on home bound instruction yet because of his current instability is not able to participate.
To look at my child you would not think anything wrong, but spend a couple of hours with him, soon it will become obvious.
He does not perceive reality as it is. That is to say he has a very difficult time processing internal as well as external stimuli. Without this you
cannot function in the real world. At times he can be very aggressive and destructive. The flip side, he is so incredibly sweet, innocent, charming
and witty, not to mention intelligent. Absolutely adores animals, yet babies scare him to death.
There is no understanding of authority. He knows right from wrong but doesn't get the magnitude of consequences associated with not following rules
or even laws. Everyday is a new day with many challenges.
We have several doctors and therapist that have worked with him since age 5. However, in January of 2010 we will be making the biggest decision of
our lives. I never wanted this day to come but if I am ever to give my child a shot at a real life, I must commit.
We have decided to admit him to a Treatment Center for children. This is a children's hospital where he will undergo many tests and constant
observation. For any parent, to have your child ill is heartbreaking enough, but you can at least be with them. This is not the case here. Ya see,
this will be an extended stay, minimum of 2 months. My son suffers from severe separation anxiety meaning when he is separated from me. He has only
spent the night away from home with family and for one night at a time. This will be hell for him!!! and this thought is almost unbearable.
I will be seeing him while he is there but I do not know how much in the beginning. Eventually, i know I will see him daily, but not seeing him will
be the most difficult part of the journey. It is like giving your child up!!
To think these SOB's did this and now want to deny their part in it, not only that but they want to continue their campaign that vaccines are safe!
These lying, cheating, greedy Bastards!!!! Every damn last one of them should do time!
I have always known it was the vaccines! Perhaps now there will be more evidence coming out. The Govt. thinks they are slick with this H1N1 push!
No thank you, you have helped enough! Now I will decide what is best. We will take our chances!
Thank you for letting me rant! Thank you all for the support!