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Thank you for having me, I am looking forward to meeting people that are facing same or close to the problems as mine. Or maybe help someone else has well. I have been looking for a forum for quit some time, glad I was shown this site
I have a daughter named Erin, you should be easy to get to know
We have been married going on 20yrs, IS has Alochol Induce Demenita, COPD, RH Aruth, did have Colon CA 3 yrs ago, also TB 3 yrs ago. He dose have brain damage from this, I was told a wet brain...it's like a 80 yr old man.
Welcome Sandy!!! We're glad you decided to join our little family! Let us know a little more about you when you can. I think you will find great support and friendships here.
WS (59) to IS (67) Separated. Parapelegic from injuries suffered in Viet Nam in 1967. PTSD, Chronic pain... too many surgeries to mention.
Welcome, Sandy. Looking forward to getting to know you. Here are some welcome hugs - ((((((Sandy H))))))
MS dx in '86 while expecting WC3; WC4 followed while in optimistic denial promoted by MS Society.
IS currently bed/wc bound; limited use of only one hand; self caths; still in denial enabled by cognitive decline.
Welcome, Sandy! When you're ready, please introduce yourself on one of the regular forums. I think many people start out on Help and Healing. I personally appreciate those whose signatures explain something about themselves as a WS. I believe we're all encouraged to establish a signature here. Meanwhile, know that you have found THE spot for spouse- or partner- caregivers.
FWS. In memory of John, an adventurer whose passions included wooden sailboats, animals, anything green, and music -- especially Rhapsody in Blue. Rest in peace, December 31, 2009.
Welcome Sandy! We are so glad that you found us. I am looking forward to getting to know you. When you feel comfortable, I would love to hear the story of your WS life.
Come often as your time permits.
Married for 42 years. Caregiver for 13 yrs. IS died of COPD Feb. 10, 2011. Combat related disabled veteran.
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