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FINALLY I Get to Blow!!!

WITH MY HUSBAND ALWAYS GONE AND NOT BEING CALM AT ALLHE WAS NEVER CUT OUT TO RAISE CHILDREN AND WHEN HE GONE THE MILITARY IT GOT WORSE TO  SO EVERYTHING IS LEFT UP TO ME ALL THE TIME!! I HAVE A 4 YR OLD SON THAT IS SPECIAL NEEDS AND IT TAKES ALOT OF WORK AND TIME TO DEAL WITH HIM HE HAS A  HORRIBLE ATTITUDE AND HE STARTED TO G TO A SPECIAL SCHOOL WHEN HE WAS THREE AND I HAVE BEEN DOING EVERYTHING MYSELF FOR HIM MY HUSBAND DIDN'T HAVE NO PART IN IT AT ALL TO HELP ME TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING SO SOMETIMES I AM TIRED OF DOING EVERYTHING BUT WHAT CAN I SAY I GOING MUCH MORE THAN THAT TO WITH HIM BEING BIPOLAR AND HE DO NOT KNOW HOW TO B CALM AROUND CHILDREN UNTIL HE EARNS TO DO IT I AM A MARRIED SINGLE PARENT!!!

michellemtjpjt michellemtjpjt 31-35, F 2 Responses Oct 29, 2008

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THANK U GIRL FOR THOSE NICE WORDS N FORGIVE THE ENGLISH LOL

It is hard to care for someone who's sick but at least you know that they are being taken care of correctly and not by people who could hurt them. I see Your husband will come around to give more support. My mom is epileptic and I lived with her until I was 24 years old. My son grew up in her home so I was taking care of somewhat 2 kids. I was a single mother until I met my husband 3 years ago, but I am grateful that I was there for my mom when she needed someone to help her out. You will look back and smile knowing you were there for your son. It will bring tears when your son tells you "thank you for being there and caring for me." Stay strong.