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47 years old grief, guilt, and anger.

Hello
I'm writing about my mom who is in her eighties. To this day, she is still traumatized by her father's death 47 years ago as she (along the rest of the family) did not made the correct decision to help him when he was very sick. Basically they kept him home and he died. I have the feeling that she never forgave herself for not saving him because she always talks about him and cries whenever she remembers him, which is almost every day. She says she was intimidated by the rest of the family, but at the time she was young and could not take care of him. I gave her Ignatia 200 a while back and I am not sure it helped a little.
If she does not cry, she is verbally aggressive, mostly in the morning, until finally she breaks down and cries. Now that she is in her older age, she also has light dementia but the sadness is still there.
She is also a very domineering type of person. At first she might appear gentle but she has to have the last word no matter what.
As far as I can remember, she constantly wants to "escape", the way my grandma used to tell us stories about how they escaped. When she worked she would escape from the work and took pleasure in escaping. Now she is with me, and she still escapes on a regular basis and I have to run after her. She always talks about "escaping", she has to save herself. Her mother used to tell many stories about the genocide but we all heard them. However she hates everyone but her late father who was actually kind of "absent' as he was traumatized. She had 4 other siblings.
She saw a homeopath in her hometown when her father died and he gave her Ignatia. Her mood can vary a lot but the aggressivity has pretty much always been there too although she hides it in front of strangers. As long as she worked and had money she liked to go out. She had to step out to "escape" and see people, see something else. Now she has no money left and never planned for the future and she sees herself as a victim.
I gave her hyoscamus 200 and it seemed to make a difference, at least she said it calms the "uproar" and all the voices she hears in her mind. She gets scared easily and jumps at noise. She wants to keep all doors and windows closed and doesn't like anyone around but me, but even then, she can insult me and usually her words are related to sex in a negative way. Back then, she also isolated herself and waited to be "saved". My father died decades ago, when they were already separated. Now her memory falters, and sometimes she is not sure where she is anymore, or she thinks I'm someone else. Either that, or I cannot speak. I must shut up constantly. She used to be very smart, this is difficult to see.
Thank you for reading this. Please help.
 
  CB88 on 2020-10-16
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CB88 said Hello
I'm writing about my mom who is in her eighties. To this day, she is still traumatized by her father's death 47 years ago as she (along the rest of the family) did not made the correct decision to help him when he was very sick. Basically they kept him home and he died. I have the feeling that she never forgave herself for not saving him because she always talks about him and cries whenever she remembers him, which is almost every day. She says she was intimidated by the rest of the family, but at the time she was young and could not take care of him. I gave her Ignatia 200 a while back and I am not sure it helped a little.
If she does not cry, she is verbally aggressive, mostly in the morning, until finally she breaks down and cries. Now that she is in her older age, she also has light dementia but the sadness is still there.
She is also a very domineering type of person. At first she might appear gentle but she has to have the last word no matter what.
As far as I can remember, she constantly wants to "escape", the way my grandma used to tell us stories about how they escaped. When she worked she would escape from the work and took pleasure in escaping. Now she is with me, and she still escapes on a regular basis and I have to run after her. She always talks about "escaping", she has to save herself. Her mother used to tell many stories about the genocide but we all heard them. However she hates everyone but her late father who was actually kind of "absent' as he was traumatized. She had 4 other siblings.
She saw a homeopath in her hometown when her father died and he gave her Ignatia. Her mood can vary a lot but the aggressivity has pretty much always been there too although she hides it in front of strangers. As long as she worked and had money she liked to go out. She had to step out to "escape" and see people, see something else. Now she has no money left and never planned for the future and she sees herself as a victim.
I gave her hyoscamus 200 and it seemed to make a difference, at least she said it calms the "uproar" and all the voices she hears in her mind. She gets scared easily and jumps at noise. She wants to keep all doors and windows closed and doesn't like anyone around but me, but even then, she can insult me and usually her words are related to sex in a negative way. Back then, she also isolated herself and waited to be "saved". My father died decades ago, when they were already separated. Now her memory falters, and sometimes she is not sure where she is anymore, or she thinks I'm someone else. Either that, or I cannot speak. I must shut up constantly. Walking used to help her, she would walk for miles, but now she says "I have to go" but she gets tired after a few blocks and sometimes barely holds up, she has to lean against me. She used to be very smart, this is difficult to see.
Thank you for reading this. Please help.
 
CB88 3 days ago
I have copied and pasted twice by mistake, and I am trying to delete the first post. Sorry for the inconvenience. Basically I just wanted to add she can be very restless and only stepping outside helps and seeing people and walking. She has to "change her mind", distract herself.
Thank you for reading.
[Edited by CB88 on 2020-10-16 23:59:59]
 
CB88 3 days ago
Give KALI BROMATUM 30
4 pills thrice a day
For 10 days
Report after 15 days


Dr.Jitesh Sharma
 
drjitesh 2 days ago
Thank you
 
CB88 yesterday
Hello Dr Sharma,

She took the first dose and it made her very tired. I almost had to carry her home.
I am not sure I can give her this remedy 3 times a day, it seems it has a profound effect.
 
CB88 6 hours ago
Just give for 5 days then stop
 
drjitesh 4 hours ago

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