I’m worried about my son

Today is going to begin with a round of phone calls to figure out what to do with Gavin.  It’s apparent that he needs to have more work done to his medications.

His anti-psychotic medications can be bumped up one last notch before he hits the ceiling. 

To be honest, I’m really worried that we are going to be unable to bring him back to a more solid footing within reality. 

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I don’t know of what we are going to do if we are unable to treat this psychotic break.  I also don’t know if this is one of those things that will work itself out, if simply left alone. 

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Charlene L. Reaser

every day

Alison Moorcroft

I agree, all we can do is take one day at a time and on really bad days like I’ve had today one hour at a time.

Theda Hansen

This is the truth no matter what the circumstances…..or the age.

Theda Hansen

This is the truth no matter what the circumstances…..or the age.

Dane Hansen

You’re not alone in this fear. But honestly, what can any of us do besides the best we can, in this moment, with what we have in hand. And when the sun comes up tomorrow, we reassess and try again. If this should become the sum of my existence, it was at least a life not wasted.

Dane Hansen

You’re not alone in this fear. But honestly, what can any of us do besides the best we can, in this moment, with what we have in hand. And when the sun comes up tomorrow, we reassess and try again. If this should become the sum of my existence, it was at least a life not wasted.

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