ksmith

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About ksmith

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    Stroke Support Coordinator
  • Birthday 04/26/1974

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    gatorgirlsj@gmail.com

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  • Stroke Anniversary (first stroke)
    02-24-2009
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    Mother of two great boys!!
    supportive family
    I enjoy life!!
    appreciate every moment
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    Kelli
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    New Jersey
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  1. holy cow. 120.. I started to sweat for you. I think choosing to wait was very wise.. melting is something I like to feel.. (dry heat my foot) hot is hot
  2. That is a story told oh so many times and it breaks my heart . Things will get more fluid moving. You and he are justing starting out with introducing relations so it's a process. I hope as time goes on,you are able to do more for yourself and that would show him you are your own person. I hope with all of my being that you are able to flow again. :)
  3. Kathy, my heart goes out to you. As you said before and is sound advice, it's not you. Brain injuries can cause changes in someone no one can understand sometimes. I'd just brush myself off and move forward. You did what you could do and you are a good person . He maybe feeling a change within him and doesn't want you to go through it. I know that you would but there are some things no one can do for a person that matters. it's within them but this is going to far. I wouldn't even let him get to you. what an aresehat...jerk
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  12. Kathy, my heart goes out to you. As you said before and is sound advice, it's not you. Brain injuries can cause changes in someone no one can understand sometimes. I'd just brush myself off and move forward. You did what you could do and you are a good person . He maybe feeling a change within him and doesn't want you to go through it. I know that you would but there are somethings no one can do for a person that matters. it's within them
  13. holy cow. I would totally feel insulted. I hope the person who said that to you meant it without ignorance. Just meaning because you are 'handicapped'. I would explain to that person that I'm so they are so misinformed about the many different types of disabilities. But I'm glad you are moving forward like Benni said.
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  15. I appreciate you're asking for a positive however this is her POV on the experience. She has gone through so much and I know she knows looking for a positive is important but I believe she can blog about how she felt through this. Furthermore, I can not even begin to understand the feelings she has and how the slightest discomfort is excruciating.