I feel very sad because my father’s health is failing him. Have you ever been in a similar situation
cannonball Asked: I feel very sad because my father’s health is failing him. Have you ever been in a similar situation
My father is 65. He has always been an active guy. He ran long distance races, he lifted weights, and he took bike rides. But then a few years ago, he was diagnosed with diabetes and things really started to go downhill from there. He had a heart attack (according to latest EKG test), he has severe nerve pain (quite possibly related to diabetes) in his legs to the point that he can't walk, his blood pressure is dangerously sky high to the point where he had to sign a waiver just to leave the doctor's office (they wanted to send him to the ER), and his blood sugar is absolutely through the roof. He can't even get out of bed some days now. He just stays in there. He is basically bedridden. He is on numerous meds (for pain, for diabetes, for high blood pressure, etc.) and none of it is working for him. He is very very crabby because he is in poor health and he yells. I am depressed about this. It's hard to see someone's health decline so quickly. Have you ever been in this situation? How did you cope? Not even my heavy psych meds can defeat this depression.
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