Thank You Scott. That is all very good advice. I also have a granddaughter who has had mental health issues and she followed through with your suggestions. She graduated this Spring and seems back to her almost normal self, after really understanding her disease. My GS also understands his situation and has tried hard to over come but this is scaring me. It just seems to hound him. Don’t you think there is a reason, or cause for this? His mother keeps saying “it is just a disease.” I understand that but still believe somewhere in his mind there is a reason that has not been uncovered. Guess I am looking for a miracle to happen.
Back in my history, some forty years ago I experienced depression. Was hospitalized for 10 days and with very hard work, finally, along with a antidepressant pill, was able to control it. I have continued to study and look at my self and the why’s and continue to read all I can get my hands on. I just hope that he will be able to do the same and,
lead a normal life. Thank you so much for your support, I so appreciate having someone that I can confide in. jL