I had a BI in Nov 2014 following surgery. My wife has stood by me and looked after me ever since I went into hospital for the surgery which was supposed to cure my ongoing epilepsy. In January 2017 she began to develop mobility problems which were exacerbated while working as a deep cleaner for the Council. The upshot is that she had to have several drains on her knee which were painful and incapacitated her and led to having a complete replacement knee fitted. The original diagnosis of Arthritis was apparently incorrect as I find it hard to believe that a knee can degenerate so completely in a year.
The point of giving a précis of our medical conditions is to give you an understanding that my wife has lost her mobility which was needed to help with my BI and I have issues which depend on my wife's mobility. In addition to this our interdependence is causing not just medical, but also emotional problems - this is a strong marriage, however all of this stress is causing cracks.
Any ideas, anyone?