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  • Birthday 08/17/1963

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  1. huntspete

    Kelli..........you make perfect sense and you obviously understand and you put things into words so well, much better than I ever could, your posts (aswell as posts from others), is an up-lifiting experience. Whereas non stroke people say "you look so well", or "I understand"...........and its just empty words and they think they are complimenting you or doing you a favour by understanding, but it means so much more from a fellow survivor, because you really do. Thank you.
  2. huntspete

    Hello Lisa........glad you found the site. I have mainly been reading through previous posts and getting some perspective, and there are some amazing posts and nuggets of golden information from people further down the road than I am. Im not sure I have much positivity to add, but hopefully in time, i will be able to contribute more and that positivity shown by others will rub of on me.
  3. huntspete

    Deigh, I found this site from your posting on the UK mystrokeguide and i have to say this is far superior to navigate. So you are definately spreading the word far and wide. Thanks.
  4. huntspete

    Yes.........this guy has his own youtube channel, I also saw his suggestions how to get in/out of the bath (its safe, hes fully clothed), and then watched a lot of his other vids and he was very inspiring and positive, his name is brian s redd.
  5. Just found this site, was pointed in this direction from someone on the UK stroke guide. 2 and a half years post stroke, and still wondering where I fit into the world now. I cannot work as I used to but work part time from home which gives me a certain structure, but Im very isolated and feel my world is getting smaller and smaller by the month. So, Ive joined and hope to become part of the strokenet community. Thank you for reading.
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