Hi , our holiday to Uk ( car and ferry) went well after all our fears. Pre planning and thinking ahead with rest times helped. Most times felt like ‘ normal’ couple on holiday. Never thought that was possible some time ago. Grateful for the progress we ve made. I did most of the driving( hubby gets neural fatigue) but surprised myself by managing ok....with an excellent Co pilot of course.
One sad moment was when he was on his own walking up a steep hill with a stick , a young woman ( with another older woman) shoulder barged him and called him a drunken b******d. When I caught up he was so distressed, shaking and almost in tears. He was looking at floor and concentrating so had nt seen them. So cruel. Other than that tiny incident so many kind people, come and chat, share experience, offer help or smiles so never mind. What I wanted really was advice on following please.....
We had a few moments that caused hubby to panic ( tbi in March) I e walking over rough ground, new territory, uneven steps, emotion, big crowds, noise in ferry car deck, rushing etc. In these stress full moment left leg( was paralysed on l side for a while) refuses to move as brain instructs. Ie refuses to take a step and starts to shake.
This is only temporary and after calming down and taking breaths, normal service is resumed.
Just wondered if anyone else experiences this , what causes it and any advice?