AMY: Thank you for the wonderful advice. I will read the online book or buy it.
Your message was very powerful, thanks for taking the time to welcome me.
How do I find ways to communicate with my son who makes every effort to exclude me from his life - I am his enemy in his eyes, and he tells M., that he fears me.
Margi, is spending a long weekend with Darren and I know he loves her.
I don’t understand, that she doesn’t understand, that she is enabling him and supports him emotionally (which is fine) and financially, to the max.
I dread the time, if it comes, when she may not be able to be there for him. Previously he adored me and hated her, now its the other way around.
He really is a wonderful person and not responsible for his SZ. Margi, and I both blame ourselves for his condition, its so hard to “shake” this feeling.
We are hopeful that his symptoms will improve.
I give a lot of thought to how we could convince him that depot injections will help him. He is totally against the injections and his mom and his Pdoc are not recommending this. I suppose that while he is partially compliant with the meds regimen that is an accomplishment and a blessing
I would be happy to hear from ANYONE who would be willing to take the time to offer advice to us, God knows we can use all the help we can get!