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Even if they are not dramatically poorly?DD is struggling a bit atm & I am tooDH isn't seriously ill just poorly all the timeCan anyone help?
That's an idea - I'll have a look DD doesn't have to care for him at all - he is pretty self sufficient but he is grumpy & neither DD nor I are dealing with it atm
i guess it depends on the illness as to what advice/information is out there, are there any on-line groups that may be able to help?
Well he has chronic lung disease (I think) and a tiny bit of bronchiectasis & Mycobacterium Avium (just diagnosed awaiting treatment)But it just makes him tired & miserable and bad temperedI am fed up with his moods & so is DD
That trust seems to be for children who are carers - rather than pissed off childrenI'll ring on Monday just to check, thanks for the suggestion
I used to work for the Princess Royal Trust for Carers and I think they would help your dd. Even if they can't help her they might be able to help you as you are most certainly a carer.
ThanksI guess part of the problem is that he isn't dramatically ill, just a bit poorlyI feel guilty asking for help for something so minor
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