Caught David stealing food. He knows that all he has to do is tell us he is hungry. We just don’t want him hoarding food in his bedroom. Then he lies and blames it on others, including the cats. We know that with his metabolism, he burns enough food for two or three other people. We are not withholding food. Makes me sad. Is this the start of the end of the honeymood? On a side note, his former psychiatrist agreed to accept him into her case load and not make us wait until the end of April. Time to return to the book “Get Your Joy Back”. Tweet #fighting4answrs
My goal is to raise awareness. Please, if you read my blog, share it with others. Our beautiful son is not the only child who is struggling with mental illness. There are others out there. So please, share my blog with others that we might work together to raise awareness. Awareness begins with one voice and builds steam from there. I know quite a few parents who have been fighting for their children for a long time, far longer than we have been fighting for Marc. Voice’s get tired. People get tired. So let’s rally the troops.
Mental illness encompasses a broad range of things. Each mental illness is important.
Thank you again for your support. It means the world to my family. To me.
Honesty is often times a misunderstood topic when it comes to David. Is he inherently honest? Yes, I think so. I think that most people are. At least that is what I believe. On the other hand. Do I believe everything David tells me? No. I think not, and neither should you. Let me give you an example. Let’s us say that David and I are having a conversation about the weather. Just for example. David: How you doing? Me: I am ok. We are having a blizzard. David: I’ll trade places with you if you want… Me: No David, you need to work your program, but I hope to visit you for a couple of hours soon. Hopefully later next month. David: Did you know they have guest housing here? ======== and that would be the sum total of our conversation. Later, I would find out that David is