my family — Scope | Disability forum
New to the community? Remember to read our community guidelines and our community house rules.
Concerned about another member's safety or wellbeing? Find out how to let us know.

my family

frosty
frosty Member Posts: 2
i have one brother.who dosent speak to me.my mother who dosent ask after me.my husband says it makes him wander if she my real mother.always about my brother.have i daughter.she has three boys.wont let me see them.and she just had a baby girl.she not even showed me her.i miss the grandchildren.i ask myself whyand it hurts.

Comments

  • Debbie_Scope
    Debbie_Scope Member Posts: 944 Pioneering

    Hi Frosty,

    Welcome to the community. Sorry to hear about your family. Have your family members given you reasons why they don't talk to you or why you cannot see your grandchildren?

    Debbie x

  • frosty
    frosty Member Posts: 2
    my mother finds me a bind.and my brother dosent want to stay as a family.and yet on his motherinlaw side.the two sisters stay as a family.and my mother said my daughter her own man band.and my mother poisned my daughters mind against me.and i dont get included in anything in the family.
  • Debbie_Scope
    Debbie_Scope Member Posts: 944 Pioneering
    Hi Frosty,

    Sorry to hear that. Maybe you'll be able to find some useful information on http://www.familylives.org.uk/ ?

    Family relationships can be difficult at times but it sounds as though you have a good husband supporting you. I hope that you're able to work things out with the family.

    Best wishes
    Debbie

Brightness

Do you need advice on your energy costs?


Scope’s Disability Energy Support service is open to any disabled household in England or Wales in which one or more disabled people live. You can get free advice from an expert adviser on managing energy debt, switching tariffs, contacting your supplier and more. Find out more information by visiting our
Disability Energy Support webpage.

Fancy a chat in our virtual coffee lounge?

Put the kettle on and have a chat in our coffee lounge with other members. We talk about hobbies, games and anything else you can think of!

Cerebral Palsy (CP) Online Cafe

Here's a new opportunity for people with CP or a similar disability (aged 20+) to get together and chat. The sessions are in partnership with CP Sport so you can find out more and meet people from both organisations.

Are you struggling?

Read our 'Coping with stress, low mood and isolation' support thread for a run-down of ideas on how to banish those blues and feel happier.

What do you think about the community?

Complete our feedback form and tell us how we can make the community a better space for you.

Information about COVID-19

If you have questions about the virus, please read our information and support which includes guidance on benefits, getting food and essentials and Cerebral Palsy.

Back to school this September?

Read tips on how to settle back in and handle any worries you or your children might be having this new term.