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  1. Some time the worst thing we can do for people with a disability is to excuse poor behavior as just a symptom of their disease and not expect them to do the best they can, within their own limitations. In your father's case it could be just...

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 10/10/2020

  2. Hi Robert, I am sorry to hear about your wife. When a loved one suffers, all you want to focus on is making everything better. Growing up, I can relate to some things about your wife. I...

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 30/05/2020

  3. yes, put your foot down and tell your husband to man up and tell this guy no. ask you husband if he's afraid of his "friend"? anybody who would be rude enough to say those things, is not welcome in anybody's house.

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 25/11/2020

  4. Maybe she needs to try therapy again.  Has she tried cognitive behavioral therapy? It might be worth looking into if she hasn't.  Despite her upbringing, she sounds as if she has done a fantastic job (obviously with your...

    2 Answers · Family & Relationships · 29/07/2020

  5. As long as being clingy is something they can tolerate, and hopefully enjoy, it should be fine, but you run the danger of losing your identity, along with smothering them, if you take it to an extreme. Normal varies widely from one situation to the next and what...

    2 Answers · Family & Relationships · 21/07/2020

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