Mother's behaviourDear Dr. Kadwa,
My mother is 59 yrs. old. She is of a very irritating behaviour.
She does not respect anyone. Even my father. She does not love any of our family members. She tries to pretend neighbours that we are not taking care of her. Talks to neighbours and in laws politely and blindly believe in them, no matter even if they are wrong. She always murmurizes her mouth.
We tried our best to explain this and not to do such things, but in vain.
She always curse us.
Whenever I go out with my family (wife, children) she says politely to go and that she is not coming. But when we return to home, her behaviour is totally different.
If we bring her something, her behaviour is okay, otherwise it is not....
She is greedy in nature, i believe..
Pl advise if anything can be done on this....
My wife and my brother in law (sister's husband) are frustrated with her behaviour...
she murmurises something in her mouth and my wife or brother in law listens and inform me. When I ask my mother about this, she makes some other excuse that I have not said this thing, I was saying something different....
ajitk on 2011-11-04
1. Lycopodium-200 6 pills 2 times a day
2. Cherry Plum + Holly (5+5) drops 2 times a day in 2 spoonful water
Keep 30 to 40 minutes gap between above two medicines
Give feedback after 15 days
[message edited by shouse_nsk on Fri, 04 Nov 2011 15:09:03 GMT]
shouse_nsk 8 years ago
If there is no change in her behavior, please give her three doses of Lycopodium 200 12 hours apart.
♡ kadwa 8 years ago
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