This is a perfect example of why we can’t take what he tells us as being accurate.
Was he bleeding? Sure.. Was he bleeding like nuts? Not even almost…
Having experienced this with Gavin again sorta got my brain thinking of all the times we reacted to what he told us happened.
We were recently in the emergency room with Gavin because he first said he had pooped blood but later insisted he’d actually peed blood instead. He told us that the toilet was full of blood and so we panicked and ended up in the emergency room for a few hours, only to find out that there was absolutely no blood in his urine. There wasn’t even trace amount of blood.
Did Gavin lie to us? That’s a complicated question but no, I don’t think he’s lying to us. I think it’s the way he’s perceiving the world around him.
Nevertheless, I can’t begin to explain how frustrating this kinda stuff is. It’d be one thing if he was intending to deceive us but Lizze and I don’t think that’s what he’s doing. This is all about his perception of what he’s experiencing and what he perceives as his experience is oftentimes very different from what actually happened.
Please tell me there’s someone else out there going through something similar and can relate to this. Sometimes I feel like I’m going fucking crazy.