Thursday, June 24, 2010

When people say "I'll be there."

It's amazing you know. People say all the time "I'll be there for you." They have every intention of really being there but sometimes your life is just a little too intense or a little too crazy or they have their own stuff and they can't handle yours too. I have that going on right now.

I have a situation. One that I just don't know what to do with. Concerning my spawn. I know that other mom's that I read have similar issues with their children and working where I do I am no stranger to the hard decisions that parents have to make when it comes to the care of their children. I never EVER thought that I would end up in the position to have to make the decision about my own. Due to her behavior I now have to decide what the best course of treatment is. To continue with out patient and medication therapy or to make the move to a inpatient setting. As I watch the situation get worse I know that there is really no choice. When it comes to what is best for Spawn I know what has to be done, the question is when.


  1. I am SO sorry, Jay_Lee; I can't even imagine what you must be going through. I really wish there was something I could do to help...

    You'll be in my thoughts. Take care of yourself, sweetie.

    --Been There

  2. Thanks honey, we're going to of course try the least restrictive method first. I've just seen this too many times, know the drill too damn well. At the end of the day we'll get the help we need and everything will be okay, the road to get to that place just completely sucks.

    Thanks, you help more then you know.