My mom won't bathe. Lots more details inside. My mom has some fairly serious mental health issues. She attempted suicide last year, and was committed for several weeks in an institution. Since her release she has been living with her sister my aunt and receiving weekly visits from a county social worker, as well as semi-regular visits with a psychiatrist.
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When Baathe visit her she will resist showering, but ultimately do it if I stand in the bathroom with her. Had my mom done this earlier my grandmother's quality of life probably would not have declined so precipitously, and it'll always be my regret that I didn't push harder to get bayhe answers, instead of relying on my mom's assurances that things were okay -- both because there's a large part of who my grandmother was that is completley lost to me now, and because the strain of maintaining this charade completely aggravated my mother's mental health issues to a point where she may end up in a similar place. Watchde mom won't bathe. I'm also very frustrated by the fact Pornography of scooby-doo sex the only way she will do it is if I'm there, and I don't quite know if there's a better way to reason with her that might get her to do it on her own. I do not know what area I watched my mom bathe are in but google "[your area] Department of Aging" and they might satched links or referrals. My mom agreed to do it, so I'm hoping that will work out, but until then I'm relying on my mom being honest about whether or not she's taking the pills, which is a little scary.
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My mom won't bathe. Lots more details inside. My mom has some fairly serious mental health issues. She attempted suicide last year, and was committed for several weeks in an institution. Since her release she bthe been living with her sister my aunt and receiving weekly visits from a county social worker, as well as semi-regular visits with a psychiatrist.
She is prescribed an antidepressant and anti-psychotic, but I don't believe she's ever taken them both regularly. Several weeks ago she confessed that she had stopped taking her meds, and her social worker is now more closely monitoring them. I think she's taking them regularly now, but it's very hard to tell for sure. I live an hour away, so I can't check on her everyday, and while my aunt will ask her if she took them, she will not Dirty geisha girls stand and watch my mom take them, so I'm only assuming mom is medicated, but I'm hoping the closer monitoring by the social worker will help sort it out.
Part of her mental health issue is that she believes she is covered in feces, and that showering or bathing only spreads it around further. She said she has a pervasive smell that also causes food to rot, so she only eats when encouraged to by others.
It's complicated by the fact that she does seem to have frequent diarrhea, and so feels she's not clean because she isn't able to adequately in her mind clean it off.
When I visit her she will resist showering, but ultimately do it if I stand in the bathroom with her. As I said, though, I live an hour away, and am about to start my third semester of grad school, so I'm not able to go more than once a week or ideally every two weeks to get her to shower. I'm also very frustrated by the fact that the only way she will do it is if I'm there, and I don't quite know if there's watvhed better way to reason with her that might get her to do it on her own.
I've tried explaining that even if SHE doesn't feel clean, her showering makes my aunt and I happy, and could she just do it for that reason, but apparently watchrd not enough. Bathhe hope that if she's on her meds long enough they might help at least somewhat sort out her thinking, but I don't feel there's any guarantee that will happen.
My aunt is very frustrated, bahte I'm afraid she might at some point decide my mom can't live with her any more if my mom watced to refuse to cooperate. So, any suggestions on how I might work with my mom to try to get her to shower without me having to supervise her would be great.
Thank you for wading through this very long post, and any ideas are greatly appreciated! One thing I'm struck with is besides a Peeping tom movie poster Worker, does your Mom attend therapy?
Besides the drugs, what other things are involved in managing your Mom's illness? Don't play the game of trying to get your Mom to see it your way. Your Aunt must insist that she bathe daily. Here's Rudy gay it works, "Mom, you're being irrational.
You don't have feces on you, but you do stink to high heaven. You need to trust us, get in the shower and get clean. Put on some deodorant. This is not negotiable. Does she actively resist taking her medication? If she is not vehemently opposed, then you might look into whether the medication can be given via injection rather than orally.
A family member of mine was wafched convinced to make this switch, so now she only has to go get her shot about once a month. This has been life changing. If your mother were adequately medicated it could make a world of difference in terms mu establishing routine.
Tricky stuff. Best of luck! I know a lot of people who bathe watche. Showering every single day isn't necessary for most people, even if most of us do it anyway. This happened with my grandmother, who has Alzheimers', and my mom. The best option turned out to be putting her in assisted living -- we feared for her health otherwise -- because they could physically take care of her in a way that my mom could not.
I know it's not quite the same as your situation, but I think it might be an idea to consider as you cannot be there with her more and if your aunt is frustrated to the point where she won't monitor the medication process - which may be key in getting mom on a healthier routine - I wonder if some outside help might be appropriate.
Assisted living is probably the best solution as it sounds like your mom needs more care than your aunt can provide. Bathd do not know what area you are in but google "[your area] Department of Aging" and they might have links or batye. Same with the social worker. If assisted living is absolutely not an option, can you hire a home health care aide to come in every morning and makes sure she takes her meds and a shower?
I would also talk to the social worker and psychiatrist and tell them that the meds aren't working as well as they should be and part of the problem is she won't take them - can they jy solutions?
She really does need to be keeping herself clean, especially if she has diarrhea. And if she has frequent diarrhea, does she have a food intolerance of some kind? Frequent diarrhea isn't normal and may indicate a gluten or lactose or other intolerance and she'll need a diet that eliminates gluten or whatever.
Banks at AM on August 15, [ 1 favorite ]. I'd talk to your aunt about having her watch and make sure your mom takes her meds every day.
It sounds to me like your mom isn't taking them, and if she is, they aren't working. So step 1, make bathhe she is taking them regularly and evaluate from there, then they can be adjusted if necessary.
I'd phrase it to your aunt as you know how tough it is for her, and that you know she's frustrated, and maybe by working on the medication issue there might be some improvement, which would be good for your aunt as well. I'm sure your aunt doesn't want to have to do that, but it sounds to me like it would provide some valuable information that may help get some improvement. My aunt will tell my mom to take a shower or her medsbut my mom avoids her, and my aunt's personality is such that she avoids confrontation, so for whatever reason she isn't willing to stand and watch my mom Baume et mercier malaysia model search them.
I've asked her if she'd do that before, and it didn't really work out. My mom is only 58 years old, so Mastrubation sex toys really not sure how assisted living might work at her age, and I'm afraid mpm would end up being much more than we could afford. Plus, my mom does go out to see family and to the movies and stuff with my aunt, so I'm afraid that assisted living environment might not be as ultimately healthy for her.
I have talked to her psychiatrist about the possibility of anti-psychotic med shots, and she said she would consider it after trying the social worker's more careful monitoring. My mom agreed to do it, so I'm hoping that will work out, but until then I'm relying on my mom being honest about whether or not she's taking the pills, which is a little scary.
Home health is a possibility, but I'm not sure my mom would even shower for them. It would be worth a try though Thank mu all, and please keep the ideas coming! Young men nude hard cock pics into respite care eatched give it a try.
She may kick up a fuss and rage at the "stranger" who comes to help take care of her, but on the other hand she might accept matter-of-fact instructions from a care worker that she would never follow from a family member. I've seen both happen with older family members. Could the social worker get her in the shower?
Once a week might not be ideal, but it would be better than nothing. I think you might be burying the lede here. The problem isn't that your mom doesn't want wztched take a shower. The problem is that your mom is delusional. Her refusal nom shower stems from that delusion. You will probably get the best results if you work this problem from that angle.
Especially when you are talking to your aunt and the social worker, be clear about the fact that "my mom is experiencing delusions that she is covered in filth and she believes that washing it off will only make it worse. Hopefully she can be convinced to start taking her meds regularly and for reals. I mg of a woman with this exact delusion. She lived in an assisted living community, and when it got really bad every now and then, she'd go inpatient to have medication adjusted.
She is also probably young enough to be your mom's daughter. There is no "too young" for assisted living, your mom is sick the point where many would consider an inpatient Shabby chic clothing for girls up, and she sounds disabled enough to qualify for all of those resources without breaking the bank.
I have considered assisted living, but am afraid that once there my mom will lose the stimulation and connections to family that she has at my aunt's. Things Playboy bath I watched my mom bathe no means perfect there or even greatbut for a while my mom was managing fairly well, and despite the no shower and irregular med takingshe still goes out with my aunt to eat and to the movies, and to see other family members.
I'm scared that if she were in a facility she would just lay in bed all day. She says that she doesn't enjoy going out with I watched my mom bathe aunt, but agrees to do so to "keep her company," and I feel like that's at watche a somewhat healthy thing for her to be doing, to stay engaged with the world.
If you want to keep your bathf living with your sister, and you do give some good reasons for her to live there: Do her psychiatrist and social worker know she's not taking her medications regularly, and are they doing anything about it? Because your mom is delusional with the believing she is causing food to rot, is spreading feces everywhere, etc.
She needs to be taking her meds regularly and her doctor and social worker absolutely need to be helping with this. I don't know how easy it is to find a new doctor or social worker but if they are just shrugging their shoulders or are saying "it's up to you to make sure she takes her meds regularly, and we can't do much about it" then maybe it's time for a second opinion or a change of professionals.
Her doc an social worker must be proactively helping your mom get better and not shuffling it all off onto the family. A stopgap again would be to hire a home health care aide to give your mom her meds.
Mom might take instructions from a stranger who is a "professional" better than your aunt, especially if she knows that Aunt is a pushover. Banks at PM on August 15, [ 1 favorite ]. The ideas on home health care aides and other assistance are great, but unless you've got deep pockets, they're going to suck money.
Your aunt is a wonderful woman for letting your mom live there, it's not easy being around the mentally ill. It sounds like she does quite a bit keeping your mom going out and about and mentally stimulated. Expecting her to be a policeman for meds and personal hygiene is a bit much. You might think about giving her a break or a small treat now and again.
ErikaB is right concerning the issue of her being in charge of her self-care. I would give it another two weeks, and if the meds are still problematic, you absolutely must go into the docs and tell them she needs to be on injections.
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I watched my mom bathe.
I want my son to know what a real body looks like — with fat, bumps, lumps, rolls, stretch marks and all types of "imperfections" — so that he will respect women and never body shame anyone. I said, "Probably, and it might bleed some, too, but you will be okay. I called her social worker and left a message letting her know, and am planning to go with my mom when she sees the psychiatric nurse who communicates with the psychiatrist and the social worker next week. Some of my friends don't agree, but they know I don't really care what they think about my parenting styles so they don't say too much. You don't have feces on you, but you do stink to high heaven. She says that she doesn't enjoy going out with my aunt, but agrees to do so to "keep her company," and I feel like that's at least a somewhat healthy thing for her to be doing, to stay engaged with the world. It sounds to me like your mom isn't taking them, and if she is, they aren't working. One thing I'm struck with is besides a Social Worker, does your Mom attend therapy? She really does need to be keeping herself clean, especially if she has diarrhea. It's just something that has been very much on my mind lately. When I visit her she will resist showering, but ultimately do it if I stand in the bathroom with her. She is prescribed an antidepressant and anti-psychotic, but I don't believe she's ever taken them both regularly.
Not everyone seems to be able to digest the fact that this woman still took showers with her two sons, aged 10 and When it comes to children, each person has a different way of parenting.