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Life With Lupus

What do I tell the Judge?


#21

Thank you. I am.


#22

My heart really goes out to you, you seem to be doing everything you can, to fix the problems. Ha've you tried to approach her side of the family for help, or maybe someone else she's close to, it sounds like her paranoia prevents her from being reasonable with you. Is the school aware of whats going on, sometimes they can be a good source of help and support for the children. I hope you're able to find away to help her and the kids. Good luck to you


#23

It is far easier for her friends and family to believe that I am the problem rather than to face this reality. I truly understand this because it was easier for me to doubt my own sanity too, and as much as I have been plagued by self doubt, I have forced myself to look very carefully at what was my part in all of this, what my wife says, what she does, the emotions behind those actions, and how her disease plays into it. This was emotionally painful and not easy for me to do, but by doing it, I realized that this was the only reality that resolved all of the inconsistencies. I believe that she is beyond where friends and family could reach her anyway, and that it is time for nonbiased professional evaluations that will stand up to scrutiny. The children's schools are aware of the situation.

hopeful said:

My heart really goes out to you, you seem to be doing everything you can, to fix the problems. Ha've you tried to approach her side of the family for help, or maybe someone else she's close to, it sounds like her paranoia prevents her from being reasonable with you. Is the school aware of whats going on, sometimes they can be a good source of help and support for the children. I hope you're able to find away to help her and the kids. Good luck to you