Which is why there's arguably nothing that scares a date off more than announcing you're bisexual.(Well, that and "I'm still living in my parent's basement.") That fear often stems from a misunderstanding of , there are abundant "stereotypes that people believe about bisexuality — that bisexual people are lying to ourselves or to others, that we're confused, that we can't be trusted."Monosexuals — those who are exclusively attracted to one gender — who have a hard time wrapping their minds around dating non-monosexuals are likely falling prey to such negative misperceptions.If your community has a multipurpose senior center, you can take advantage of a variety of services and programs. He does not have any hobbies and cannot read any lengthy articles and comprehend them. Classes and group activities will help the stroke survivor socialize and stay active, and you'll have the opportunity to meet other caregivers. Polyamorous couples come in all different varieties.There are straight, gay and even bisexual polyamorous couples and individuals.
And if you find yourself connecting with another caregiver, you can strike up a friendship outside the group.To find other online communities, type stroke caregiver online support into your favorite search engine. My advise is: if ur doing ur best u can, involved in ur husbands quality of his personal medical care then "NO ONE" else matters. If something potentially serious happens then only then contact them. It's been almost 20 yrs nothing is better or worst. The stress these two are causing is to much but I don't know how to handle it. good Morning, My mother had a stroke at age 50 and my father was her caregiver for many years... (dementia followed) Her stroke was massive, leaving her paralyzed on the right side. I remember like it was yesterday, how difficult it was for her to try to form words. Check out the Sing a Long - Songs of Yesterday, your loved one will enjoy these activities. If you or the person in your care is religious, your church or synagogue may be one of your best resources. Lost his speech motor skills in right hand walked w/a limp. As my husbands health care proxy, I hav given the staff there permission to discuss any questions his children my hav. She had to learn to talk, walk and do everything with her left hand. During her struggles I think the most important thing my family had to learn... Unfortunately, I also remember (in the beginning) trying to help her... By posting a notice, you may even be able to start your own support group.