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How to handle repetitive questions

canary

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Feb 25, 2014
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Yeah, @spandit , its not always easy is it? It the unrelenting nature of it all. Things that would be fine if it were only for a couple of hours, or there was someone else to break up the time, become unbearable all day, every day. I ended up shouting at OH today. I feel terrible now, but it seems to have just passed him by.
 

spandit

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Yeah, @spandit , its not always easy is it? It the unrelenting nature of it all. Things that would be fine if it were only for a couple of hours, or there was someone else to break up the time, become unbearable all day, every day. I ended up shouting at OH today. I feel terrible now, but it seems to have just passed him by.

Had another dreadful night - up several times trying to get him back into bed. He's just sleeping all day but I can bet that as soon as his carer goes he'll be awake and demanding again. Don't feel terrible @canary, it's natural to feel angry and frustrated. We're all looking for someone to blame but sadly that's not the case and pent up tensions inevitably release, generally when you're with the person you're with the most. Look up "stamp collecting"

 

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