Full story Full story The moment my father was diagnosed with ALS, he lost everything.
His work, his family, his sense of purpose, and his entire world fell apart.
He had never met anyone who could take it any more, he said.
I think he’s the one who first told me that, he told me, when I was three or four.
I thought I’d never be able to work again, but I was going to work for someone else. “
He lost his job, his house, his pension, his savings, everything.
I thought I’d never be able to work again, but I was going to work for someone else.
The only thing I could do was to look for someone to help me with the financial and emotional burden of this.
But now, I’m left to go back to the same people who made me work so hard and who told me I couldn’t make a life. “
I’ve worked so hard, I’ve done everything I could for my family.
I don’t know how to start a family. “
I’m not sure what I’m going to do now.
I don’t know how to start a family.
I have no money, and I don