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My daughter recently moved to a different town for college, so we barely see or talk to each other anymore. Last night, she called to say that she won't be home for Thanksgiving this year because she and her roommates are planning to go on multiple city singles tours. I know that she’s in college already, but to me she’s still my little girl and I still worry about her. I know that I should let her live her own life so she can grow, but at the same time I feel like she’s growing up so fast. Should I let her go on this trip? My husband and I miss her so much and we’re really looking forward to her coming home this November.
My son has been bullied in his school and it was long before I knew. I talked to his teacher and she assured me it won’t happen again but it did. The next time it happened, I already talked to the principal. He suspended the students who bullied my son but the bullying continued when the students get back to school. My son didn’t want to go to school anymore because of the trauma. Due to that, I transferred him to a foreign and costly school which I believe won’t tolerate bullying. I don’t mind paying a large amount of money, as long as my son will feel comfortable. However, the problem now is that, my son won’t like going to school anymore no matter how hard I convince him. What should I do?
Hey, I'm a working woman. As part of my job, I have to travel a lot, and most of the time my mother will be alone in the home. Even though she says she can manage alone, sometimes I seek help from my friends to stay with her. I'm afraid to leave her alone in the home. She is a cancer patient, and we have done with almost all the treatments.
In her last meeting with the oncologist, he said her situation is terminal/untreatable. Now she can take care of herself, but her condition is getting worse as days pass. After hearing about my problems, one of my colleagues suggested me to utilize home health care services around Toronto to get a caregiver to look after her. I'm in search of such firms. If anyone had any experience with such firms, please let me know. It would be a great help.
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The "Pain Education" section of Live Plan Be has some great resources on lots of topics that could be useful for people in pain and their friends and family.
This one is on chronic pain and sex.
A very tragic loss happened in our family. My mom and dad died in a car accident a week ago. They were headed to a foreign city when a cargo truck hit their car so badly. It was excruciating seeing your parents in their coffins and being buried. Now, all that’s left are their memories, but I know I need to be strong for my siblings. I still have two younger siblings and I should be the one taking care of them, rather than my relatives. How do I do it though? I’m still on the process of moving on, but I know they’re also in pain right now. I’m only 24 years old and I think I’m still incapable of taking on the responsibility of being their guardian. Please help!
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