“And, let’s be honest, who’s to blame for someone else? I just have to smile and tell her that I love her and everything I do is for her well-being. I’m no different from millions of other people who would have experienced this.”
“data -eagid =” 21 “> Speaking with The Sun newspaper, he said:” I was used to the hustle and bustle in this small space, then suddenly, the silence. . . all you can hear is your thoughts, and it’s not always healthy. “data -eagid =” 22 “>” I feel on an emotional rollercoaster. I walk around, trying to keep myself busy, then burst into tears. It seems like a mourning. “data-reactionid =” 23 “>” It has always been my biggest fear that someday I should have taken her somewhere and she would have thought, “Why would she do this to me?” That fear has become reality. It’s something I never wanted. “ “data -eagid =” 25 “> He added:” Leaving home that day was an incredibly difficult thing to do because, the reality is, I doubt Barbara will ever return. He didn’t know it while we were leaving, but I knew it. It was a terrible feeling. “ “data -eagid =” 27 “> And Scott, 57, says the decision to put her in treatment was tough, because he thinks he will” blame “him for” disappointing her “. “data -eagid =” 28 “> He said:” I won’t tease you, it hurts. She still looks troubled and, in her lucid moments, I can see that she solved this is not temporary. She is still thinking and saying that I have let her down. Obviously it’s a painful thing to listen to, but I know it’s not the Barbara I know who speaks.