People with homeless relatives share their biggest problems – from fearing that their loved ones are dead to getting angry when they refuse help
- People from all over the world thought about having a homeless relative
- When posting on Whisper, many said they miss spending time together
- One person confessed that they spent every day fearing their mother would die
- Another said people look at them differently because of their homeless father
People from all over the world have shared their worst fears about having a homeless relative.
Anonymous users have gone to the sharing app To whisper to reveal the reality of having a loved one living on the street, with many admitting that they often don’t know how to find or interact with him.
Among the confessions is a person from California who claims to be plagued by constant fear that their homeless mother is dead or has suffered physical injuries.
Another person, from Kansas, said people look at them differently when they tell them their father is homeless.
People from all over the world used the anonymous app Whisper to think about having a homeless relative – including a person from California, who constantly fears that their mother has been physically harmed
Another person, from California, admitted he was heartbroken when they saw their mother sleeping in their yard because of her drug addiction
An adult, from Boston, confessed that they are glad that childhood is a small part of life because their homeless father is wanted by the police and their mother has died of alcoholism
A person from an unknown location shared how they feel excruciating pain because they don’t know where their homeless mother is
Another person, from California, said it’s horrible to see the brother they once looked up to to be homeless
One person, from California, shared the challenges of not being able to reach their homeless mother who is somewhere in Arizona
A person from an anonymous location shared their frustration with their 34-year-old sister refusing help from her family
A woman, who lives in Oklahoma, reveals she is torn because her boyfriend doesn’t want her homeless mother to stay in their house
A Whisper user from Coffeyville said they hate telling people their father is homeless because people look at them differently.