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MRSJOCCO SparkPoints: (29,478)
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9/26/11 12:06 A

Is there an activity or club you two could do together for bonding? More "girlfriends" than mil/dil? emoticon Is she able to go for walks or garden with you? Could you also take a class or do an activity away from home without her for "you" time?

Would she be interested/benefit from joining SparkPeople and tracking her food and fitness? Then you two could support each other in moving towards a healthy lifestyle.

Are there relationship issues that need to be addressed? Sometimes local community centers offer free/low cost counseling for seniors and their caretakers.

Keep up the good work and don't be afraid to let your dh know when he needs to help out. I actually want my mil & fil to move in so I can prepare them healthy foods (be careful what you wish for, I know!).
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Edited by: MRSJOCCO at: 9/26/2011 (00:12)
-POLEDANCEGIRL- Posts: 14,778
9/21/11 3:16 P

Oh my!!! My MIL stayed with us for 3 months and I thought I was going to die!! Lots and lots of hugs!!

SUPERSYLPH Posts: 1,300
9/19/11 11:05 P

Is it bad stress or good stress?

TESS1768 SparkPoints: (1,529)
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9/19/11 10:49 P

My mother in law moved in a year ago. It has stressed me out! I am still losing weight but boy it is hard to keep on track! emoticon

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