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Not Enough Time
Last Post 7/10/2012 10:21 AM by Bobbert. 9 Replies.
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DD Posts:14
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5/11/2010 4:23 PM
How do parents do it these days? With two children, there is never enought time. My daughter has to work full time jobs, take care of a house, cook, clean, run almost every day to some function or practice and still looks in on me. She is always exhausted and does not believe in taking medication.
Sal Posts:11
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6/8/2010 11:21 AM

Posted By DD on 11 May 2010 04:23 PM
How do parents do it these days? With two children, there is never enought time. My daughter has to work full time jobs, take care of a house, cook, clean, run almost every day to some function or practice and still looks in on me. She is always exhausted and does not believe in taking medication.

You say above that she does not believe in taking medication. Does this include all medications?
DD Posts:14
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7/15/2010 3:20 PM

Posted By Sal on 08 Jun 2010 11:21 AM

Posted By DD on 11 May 2010 04:23 PM
How do parents do it these days? With two children, there is never enought time. My daughter has to work full time jobs, take care of a house, cook, clean, run almost every day to some function or practice and still looks in on me. She is always exhausted and does not believe in taking medication.

You say above that she does not believe in taking medication. Does this include all medications?

She does not like to take anything. She says she is to young to be taking anything.
mfay Posts:10
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3/1/2011 11:57 AM

Posted By DD on 11 May 2010 04:23 PM
How do parents do it these days? With two children, there is never enough time. My daughter has to work full time jobs, take care of a house, cook, clean, run almost every day to some function or practice and still looks in on me. She is always exhausted and does not believe in taking medication.

She needs to STOP, take a time out. Here own health is at risk. She will crash and crash hard. She should give some serious thought to the things she can change, what is the most important, and where she can find some reprieve. Maybe you can have something ready for their dinner - even just some homemade soup - or the children can pick up some of the chores around the house. If she don't take time out now to reconsider her lifestyle she is going to wish she did. Life is really to short to miss the joy.
JC Posts:13
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3/17/2011 2:41 PM
You sound very appreciative. Let her know that as often as you can. As caregiver I often feel unappreciated and used.
luanne Posts:9
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3/25/2011 1:28 PM

Posted By DD on 15 Jul 2010 03:20 PM

Posted By Sal on 08 Jun 2010 11:21 AM

Posted By DD on 11 May 2010 04:23 PM
How do parents do it these days? With two children, there is never enought time. My daughter has to work full time jobs, take care of a house, cook, clean, run almost every day to some function or practice and still looks in on me. She is always exhausted and does not believe in taking medication.

You say above that she does not believe in taking medication. Does this include all medications?

She does not like to take anything. She says she is to young to be taking anything.

If she has not done so by now, by all means take an anxiety pill. Check with her doctor. She will see a big difference and so will the people around her. My sister and her family did.
SK Posts:10
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3/31/2011 8:47 AM
It is tough, but key is to keep calm and relaxed. If you have to say no to something then so be it. Children are so impressionable and we need to keep in mind the example we are setting for them.
Barb Posts:11
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10/17/2011 10:04 AM
Prioritize is key. Dishes sit all day, floor not get cleaned, or calling another parents to pick up junior for practice, are all thing that i learned were things I wash just going to have to accept. As a sandwich caregiver, my days were never long enough. After a completely exhausting day, I was complaining to my husband and he suggested I might be looking at the whole things wrong. Instead of trying to be perfect at everything why didn't I let the little stuff go and concentrate on the joy that we still had mother with us. That was a defining moment for me. After letting go of the trivial task and concentrating on the important elements I suddenly found joy again. I am so much happier and so is my family. Stopping to smell the roses gave me such an insight to what really matters in life.
Barb Posts:11
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2/20/2012 12:00 PM
they learn to say no!
Bobbert Posts:2
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7/10/2012 10:21 AM
I consider the same thing. She is too young to take medication and cram your body with all this bad stuff. There are many ways to chill out. Find in google search.
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