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Default Jul 07, 2024 at 01:20 PM
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hoping you stay safe, physically and emotionally!

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Have you been able to talk to him since he is in a group home?
It does sound like he is better.
I know you love him and miss seeing him.
Do you have visitation rights like during the day for an hour or so??
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Default Jul 10, 2024 at 10:50 PM
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I wonder if you could see him in a public place on a neutral territory? Rather than having him at your place. Meeting him for short outing/meal with other people around? Might be safer that way. Keep get togethers short.

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hoping you stay safe, physically and emotionally!
Thank you so much!
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yes I have been trying to keep up with your thread, I thought I read that he threw a chair and then a table and then hit your head with a hammer while you were sleeping. How God awful. I am glad he is living in a group home where he can learn how to better handle his anger hopefully. I feel sorry for you and him.
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Yes it's very difficult. Especially with the amount of anxiety I deal with. Thank you for your support!
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Have you been able to talk to him since he is in a group home?
It does sound like he is better.
I know you love him and miss seeing him.
Do you have visitation rights like during the day for an hour or so??
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Yes we can see each other. He can do overnight visits but last time we did that we had the chair incident. We talk on the phone all the time. He comes out here on the bus bc I get horribly anxious driving to that part of town. I usually give him some money and get him something to eat bc he doesn't like the food I have here bc I'm trying to lose weight and he doesn't like the food I have.
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Well he is being moved to a different facility. He went off on a patient where he live
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Well he is moving to a different facility bc he went off on another resident there. At first he wasn't taking any responsibility, but today he admitted he needs therapy for his anger and impulsively. So that's good. It's just so hard and tiresome. I've been dealing with his anger and psychotic breaks for 9 years now. I love him so much, but I'm worn out!
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It sounds exhausting.
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I wonder if you could see him in a public place on a neutral territory? Rather than having him at your place. Meeting him for short outing/meal with other people around? Might be safer that way. Keep get togethers short.

I hope he gets better and stays on his meds
Yeah, but he can just come here on a visit. I'm not worried about day visits. It's overnights we can't do. I feel safe on just the day visits.
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