Where and what help can i get


#1

my ex wife changed the locks to our home and called tthe police to take me away my disabled twins were  looking through the window.im crying as i am typing this.She has made things differcult for me.I had to move away to prevent a breakdown,Ive no money for food as the bills need to be paid,

Ive lost 3 stone and feel so weak i dont get any good days and have tried to kill myself a few times but stopped because i would hurt the children.Im just waiting to die.I have bells palsey as well.Im in blackpool and just wondered how to go about getting help

david


#2

Hello David I am so sorry you are going through this awful period in your life . It may not seem it at the moment but there are people out there who really care who can help you . Maybe the best thing to do is ring the helpline at the top of the page ( on forum ) . I have only spoken to them once but they were so helpful . They will know who to put you in touch with to help you in your area . 

Im sure things can get better for you . Sometimes it can feel like the end of the road when you hit rock bottom but there are many people who have been there and come through it . 

Have you got GP PD nurse a friend that you can talk to ? 

You're right think of your twins it sounds like they love you very much . Ring the helpline as soon as it opens . Thinking about you . You are not alone David . You have friends here . 


#3

Hi David,

I'm very sorry to hear what's going on - you're not alone, there is help out there. I echo what Maddison said, please do call our helpline on 0808 800 0303 and they will be able to offer you support and help.

With best wishes,
Alethea
Digital Team
 

 


#4

Hi David,

Additionally you can contact Samaritans 08457 90 90 90 who provide support and have local branches www.samaritans.org

If you email your contact details to hello@parkinsons.org.uk our helpline would be happy to call you.

Best wishes,
Alethea
Digital Team
 


#5

Hi David,

You are not alone as others have said.  Take a look at the Helping Hand website based in Blackpool.  They have a facebook and twitter page also.  They befriend and offer support.

www.helping-hand.org.uk

It's not easy to ask for help I know but it is out there.  Keep in touch.


#6

hello Maddison things got rock bottom so much so i went down to 8 stone from 12.One day i thought i can only go up now and they did so much so i no longer have the degenerating parkinsons its stopped at stage 2 and will not get worse which means no dementure or wheelchair in the future.some symptoms have gone some may stay but the news is more promising.