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DIZZI

DIZZI Report 8 May 2013 18:54

ASKED DAUGHTER WHY


IT SEEMS THE WHEELCHAIR WILL RUIN HER CAR,
HER PEOPLE CARRIER IS TOO SMALL
HER BOOT IS TOO SMALL
:-P :-P :-P :-P :-P

michael2

michael2 Report 8 May 2013 20:58

well i think she needs a kick up the bum.does she want to sit at home without ever being able to go out . it,s only a car and is replaceable you are not. :-)

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond Report 9 May 2013 07:42

Gwen, sorry you are feeling down. I can understand your disappointment at your daughter's attitude, seems she has forgotten all the times you helped her out but maybe she will come round as the car gets older and it won't matter if it gets ruined - silly excuse but some people worship their vehicles, the chap next door to us is the same. His car is his god.

Just keep looking after yourself as best you can to build up your strength and capabilities and perhaps she will realise you deserve a bit of help and consideration. I would come and take you out if I was nearer, but I am sure others will help you as time goes on and you get stronger. You have done so well this far, don't let things push you back now.

Lizxxx

Penny

Penny Report 9 May 2013 08:12

Phone a friend and ring a wheelchair accessible taxi.

LilyL

LilyL Report 9 May 2013 13:13

Oh dear. I think that the only thing you can do Dizzy, is to gently point out to your daughter that one day (hopefully not) it could well be her on the receiving end of the same attitude, and how she might feel about this, bearing in mind the saying that 'anything that can happen to anyone else can happen to you', It could be food for thought!