:( Thinking of you guys during this really tough time. The military can really just suck sometimes
Oh Amber, I am so sorry that you guys have this as the next step on your journey. How angry you must feel.I think it is especially tough to feel such anger, and to have to pull out your mommy face every morning and be reasonable with the under-5 set. No matter how much we love them, it is an exhaustively relentless period in parenting that one has to muscle through on some days.I hope you have a few people there who are giving you the support and breaks we all need, even in easier times. For what its worth, I'm sending you all the good thoughts I have from here.karen (vancouver)
That phrase hits all the wounded warriors in a soft spot. I want to yell back that he is fit for duty, it's just his lack of legs that make it difficult! There is good life on the other side, and a tone of resources, too. Here is one site: http://www.woundedwarriorwives.org/I haven't joined yet because I have found support at the hospital, but it will be a start for you. Whether anyone has acknowledged it or not, you have been a caregiver since Doc got back. Join the ranks- there is love out here waiting to be shared.