no he is struggling by himself, he he is ok when he is with us with his father and I, he gets better feeding, and rest, but when we are apart he seems more stressed out and looses weight
yes ofcourse, but since he was leaving in southamerica and he is a third culture child, I thought a period of adjustment was kind or normal, but he had difficulties over here too, I saw him quite lonley here too. He tries but I wonder weather he woudn't be happier around us, three years ago his sister was diagnosed with primary progressive MS, maybe this could be a factor
that life in the UK it is hard but he likes Brighton, I have my doubts, he has all this facts, that the UK is one of the lonliest country? doesn't want to talk about his emotions. I have lived myself in the UK, I had friends and there I met my husband I have been married 35 years, but then I think he was very sheltered here with us, he lived a very protective life, maybe I should just stop worrying
How's he doing at university?
Does he have friends?
he is on the lower end, and because in his course there are only 4 people he dosn't have many friends, he knows people, but not friends as such, I think, he spends a LOT of time alone
he finds things difficult, like meeting people, organising his time, as I said he spends a lot of time in his room,on the comp. has found a job in a radio station, where he helped them build their computers, this is a new radio station, he is hoping to have a slot of time to have a show there, music and computer games, but I am not sure how this is going?
as I said he dosn't want to talk about his emotions, but I see him and know his body language, I think he is finding it very difficult, dosn't want to dissapoint his Dad, who is a PHD from Cambridge
OK--just wanted to get the picture here
How exactly can I help you with this?
from what I just told you , should I keep a close look at him, like I do I stay in touch with him often, or should I just wait for him to ask for help? I don't know if I am been too concerned? did you read the part about our daughter having MS?
sorry I have to leave now, here it is morning, and I will take our daughter out a little, thanks for your help.
it figures into this, because we are all sad about her getting worse and the difficulties that we have to face daily with her
ok, ask me a question and I will reply with the info. thanks.
no he doesn't want to talk about her