Coping with a P.I. accident or injury – The Frustration
3 August 2017
We all know that the unexpected can happen, but we still don’t really plan for it or think about what the effects might be.
In this week’s series of blogs, we now look at the second negative effect that an enforced lay-up can have on you, your family and your day-to-day life. Plus, we look at some basic advice on how you can get through it.
It’s quite natural to feel angry and bitter about your accident, but negative feelings can be detrimental to your recovery and your relationships with those around you.
It’s very easy to get into arguments, even with those you love, when you’re feeling down and uncertain. Remember that they may be feeling low too as they’re almost certainly worried about what’s happened to you. Try to talk to your loved ones about how they’re feeling instead of letting frustrations build up, spend quality time together doing activities that you’re both able to accomplish.
If things get really bad, of course, you can always seek outside help such as a qualified counsellor.
And, of course, your TRUE Case Manager is only ever a phone call away.