Last reply 3 months ago
M.S. and exile

My symptoms are progressing. My stress levels are peaked. Going through a separation that leaves myself and my adult son living with me, vulnerable. How does one cope with the extra responsibilies, finances and personal well being?

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grandma
3 months ago

You are not alone but every story is different. I was ‘abandoned’ 2 years ago but to be honest it’s one less problem to deal with. You’ve said your son is a teenager so he should at least know the basics! I don’t know where you are cos you haven’t filled in the bio bit on the site but we can offer lots of help and info if you’re in the uk, but we have a lot of members in the States, Canada, Europe, South America, Middle East, all over, the they will be able to tell you specifically what help is available where you live, what benefits are available etc.,, As I said you’re not alone and we will all do what we can🤙😍


stumbler
3 months ago

@rob_sizer , I’m sorry that this is happening to you. However, it is happening, so you have to deal with it the best way you can.

Situations like this will always raise the stress levels and this will feed your MS, making it more active. Hence, the symptoms progressing. You need to be aware of this and manage it.

You will survive. everything will slowly fit into place, so stay strong.

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