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Thanks again and welcome!
I joined this Forum quite few months after I left hospital. I have found it a good place to be when the whole experience was confusing, frightening and depressing. I’m pretty much through all that but there are still challenges. This can feel to be a very lonely world but there is company, a listening ear, friendship, encouragement and so much more to be had on this Forum. It is an important part of my life now.
I am not alone, together we are finding our way.
Keep on keepin’ on
You don’t have to answer me if you don’t want to, but I am just curious to know what your main issues are now.
You’ve seemed to come a long way. I am happy for you. I hope more improvement come your way.
Take good care.
I’ve had a stroke, as you know. I’m pretty much who I was before and after it all. The only difference is that I lost the use of my right side, my dominant side.
I will write more later but I have a date with my wife in front of the television.
If you check out the blog area of the site you’ll find a couple of pieces I wrote that give a little of my background, this week there should be another published there.
Keep on keepin’ on
Hi Bobbi just to let you know my replies to you havnt seemed to got through. It says to check your router. Hope you get this msg luv Suzywong