Are you able to get some time out each day from your son? It sounds to me like there could almost be some resentment there (don't mean it in a nasty way) My nephew's stepson is severely autistic and I know the effect it had on his wife. She never got any time and suffered considerably as a result.
Have you asked your Dr or a Social Worker or Community Worker if there is respite help available to give you an hour or two out? This would give you a little time to do what YOU need to do, whether it be exercise, get your hair done, or blob out with a book. It will help to unstress you. Stress in itself seems to impact on our weight, too :-(
Sometimes things happen in our lives to impact on our ability to stay on the straight and narrow of this healthy lifestyle journey. I know I have experienced it many times with my (now late) husband's very poor health and frequent hospital admissions and appointments, and my 93yr old Stepfather's frequent hospital admissions and medical appointments, as well as my 91yr old mother to see to. We do the best we can with exercise in the time we can, and the rest of the time comes down ensuring that you chose your food wisely, also as much as possible.
Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 8/4/2013 (03:24)
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