First of all - welcome! You've certainly come to the right place to meet your "wits end" !
I'm sure it has alot to do with your daughters age, and activities, etc.; and we girls know how important our social lives are when we're fifteen! I know it's a tought job; but it is so very important for her to take those meds. Believe me; there is hell to pay when you have to play the catch up game....and sometimes it can be dangerous - if she's been on prednisone.
Our awesome moderator, SaySusie; as well as many others here - can share with you their experiences with their daughters. As for me; what I finally had to do to keep track of taking my meds was this: I bought those weekly (breakfast/lunch/dinner/evening) pill boxes. I bought mine at Walgreens. I had a TERRIBLE time remembering to take my meds, being absent-minded and busy are not a great combination for someone who lives on so much medication . I eventually bought 4, and I fill them all up at one time; and I lay one out - right on my kitchen counter as a reminder - and it keeps me on track. I'm sure if you wanted to add a little "fashion" flare to it, you could buy those cute stickers to put around it????? Listen to me, I'm a single mom who has only raised a son - so I'm a little rusty on the girl things. So if you're shooting me the "rasberries".....that's quite allright (smile).
There are plenty of knowledgeable people in this "family" who can be of more technical help than i, lord knows - I'm having enough problems trying to understand my antiphospolipid doohickeybobs !
Need to run, it's getting late.
So kick off your shoes, you've come to the right place to find friends who are the kindest folks you'll ever meet. We're glad you're here! Don't worry mom, this is a great place to find comfort, reassurance, encouragement - and yep, we laugh a little around here too !! :lol: :lol:
Please take care, and stay plugged-in, you'll love it here.
"I believe that friends are quiet angels who lift us to our feet when our wings have trouble remembering how to fly." - unknown