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sandinnalee My journey through confusing health problems.


ADULT CHILDREN

Jun 01 2010
Does anyone have a problem with their adult children seeming distant or nonreactive to their medical problems?  I have two daughters and they lost their Dad when he was only 42.  Anything thatcomes up with my health seems to cause them to seem to lack empathy while they come running to me with the slightest problems.  I don't get it.

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written by bearlie, June 02, 2010
Hi Sandinnalee,
My guess would be that your daughters can't deal with the idea of anything happening to you. Since they have already lost their dad, i'm thinking they're probably in denial about you having problems. They might think you're gonna be healthy and there-for-them forever. I doubt they realize they're being selfish.

A lot of the time, friends can be more supportive than family.

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