It’s always easy for people to make suggestions to a person on the road to recovery, especially when they are not in the same situation. This is when the phrase “ it’s easier said than done” comes into play.
People do not understand how strong a person on the road to recovery is, to go through what they have and still progress. When people make suggestions they most likely have good intentions in mind, but they don’t realize that they are pointing out the limitations the person has, which can have a mental effect on them.
All these suggestions lead to a build up of pressure on that person, because they might feel like they are being a burden or not doing the best they can. In general, a stroke survivor has a lot on their plate and does not need the impatience of others stressing them out. The recovery process is going to take its course and unfortunately it not an overnight thing.