I am living with a dailysis husband he has been on it for 3 years . How do you handle the mood changes. and all he does is sleep and doesnt want to do anything.
Quote from: jab on June 24, 2006, 06:29:33 AMI am living with a dailysis husband he has been on it for 3 years . How do you handle the mood changes. and all he does is sleep and doesnt want to do anything.Paging SARA, paging SARA, would SARA please come to this thread ASAP!She is our "official wife" on the board. She will be here soon, just hold on.- EpomanOwner/Admin
I am just a meir boyfriend to a dialysis patient but even I have been witness to some dramatic mood swings. Times when they get explosive, I either stand aside and let her explode or if she wants me to listen, I just sit there and listen and try to make sense of it all. Or those times where she gets very sad, I try what I can to help cheer her up and for the most part, I seem to fair pretty well. I am generally a very patient person when it comes to things like this. I was raised with 4 sisters so this trait of compasion and understanding has been more or less, conditioned into me.