Log in
PSP Association
5,778 members β€’ 7,868 posts


I haven't posted on here much a lately, but I read all the posts everyday which help me loads. I have cried from reading a lot of the recent posts, so I just wanted to let all of you know that I am thinking of you all even though i haven't replied to many posts.

Mum not too good at the minute, I'm sat here watching her sleep and remembering the person she used to be. The most sociable person I know she would make conversation with anybody. As a child she was very protective of her children, we didn't have much money but there was always a meal on the table the house was clean and we felt safe and loved.

Well mum it's now my time to look after you, as hard as it is physically and emotionally I wouldn't change it for the world it is an absolute privilege.

The one thing that upsets me is over the past 4 years of caring for you I can clearly remember your personality and how psp has stripped you of this but I struggle to remember how you use to look, all I can see and remember is how you are now and what psp has done to you.

I love you so much mum πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺ

8 Replies
oldest β€’ newest

Your post made me feel like crying, what a lovely son you are, you must Love your mum very much , I take my hat off to you for taking such good care of your mum xxxx Yvonne xxxx

1 like

Thankyou for your lovely reply, Xx


My thoughts are with you and George xx


Hugs πŸ€—

1 like

Thank you xxxx


Hi Richmond

Your a brilliant daughter and your mum is blessed to have you!

Strangely I struggle a lot remembering my dad before Psp, it's like a mental blockage has formed?! So bloody sad and shit!! X



Exactly what I was. Thinking yesterday!

You are a cruel taskmaster PSP.

Julie x


Hello Richmond. It is difficult isn't it seeing the person you love, changing personality and appearance. I have put photographs of my husband around the house, some of our wedding, two of him accompanying our daughters to their weddings. This helps me to keep abreast of then and now. I do sometimes get upset, seeing the changes, but then I look in the mirror !! ( enough said!) I notice that you are only seven miles away. Did you know that there is a PSP Association that meets in Sheffield on the first Tuesday of the month at Pond's Forge? We didn't go for ages, but it does help, meeting others and exchanging advice and information. We get speakers too, who can be helpful. Also, you can go alone or with your mother. Everyone there knows about PSP and caring. If you are interested, do get in touch. X


You may also like...