I've posted a similar blog related to this before but I'm returning to it because it's a big question for my wife Kim who has FND, and no doubt, all of you too.
Has any of you, or are any of you, still coming to terms with FND, and if not, what's your attitude to it?
Despite Kim recently starting Volunteering, albeit once a week for an hour, she always feels it's not enough and wants to work again and have her body back again.
She gets really down, and as a husband, I always wish I could do more.
After 3 years of fighting, we've managed to get Kim eligible for an adapted 2 bedroomed Bungalow and we now have to wait until one becomes available, bid on it, and hopefully we will be offered it.
Kim was put in the highest medical award, band A Star award and I had to write to the very top people, including the housings CEO, and local Councillor, to get this award.
Kim is only 38, and she wasn't eligible for a Bungalow due to being under 50, so it's been a long and hard fight.
However, to me, it's not enough as I wish I could give her health back.
Anyway, sorry to digress, and I wish to know whether any of you still haven't come to terms with FND, and do you think you will ever?
Many thanks and our wishes to you all.
Tony & Kim xx😊😊💕