Nov 03, 2009 - 10:36 am
Ok, y'all... I need your feedback here...
My husband is having a horrible time dealing with the loss of his mother. Not eating well, not sleeping well, crying a LOT, not being motivated to necessary things (works in sales) incredibly indecisive...
It has been a month and I called the social worker from hospice and she said she could come out and sit with us an hour.
I mentioned it to my husband and he said he does not want to think about her and remember all the bad stuff. (then says he wants to go the the cemetery to visit her grave on Friday - the same day I suggested having a visit by the social worker).
I am thinking of just having her come and talk to me and if he happens to want to sit down with us then it would be good.
What do you all think?
Fatima Thank you in advance.