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  • Birthday 05/14/1966

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  1. I tend to sit on the sidelines and watch. I don't always abide by what I was taught but sometimes I do learn more by kerning my mouth shut and my eyes open. I am currently in a phase of anger. I am sure it is tied to my stroke/tia but also the other health issues thst has been tossed in my direction. It's not a constant thing where I make all those who encounter me miserable. But at times I have a very quick trigger. More times than not it is my family that suffers. To the point where my step kids rarely visit. I really have no idea how to handle this. I just know it becoming an issue. I just wish my I had my folks to talk to (they are deceased). I really feel alone at times. I
  2. First of all that you all for the warm welcome. I hate the fact we are all here because of strokes but I am glad to have found this venue. And I look forward to discovering what there is available.
  3. Hello - My name is Tom and I arrived to this site in my search for an outlet for information and support concerning strokes. And, to be honest, just someone/others I can interact with that have experienced a stroke or assist with those who have encountered a stroke themselves. I suffered a stroke in May of 2015. I then had a TIA in September of 2016. I could go into great detail but may do so in the future. But I was blessed to survive each episode with minimal lasting symptoms. I do have a few but feel sheepish to mention them because they pail in comparison to many. But I look forward to being a part of a community that can be a source of information and support.
  4. Welcome to StrokeNet. Please feel free to browse around and then introduce yourself by posting in the the Newbie Stroke Survivor or Stroke Caregiver Introduction forum.  After that, post your question in the applicable forum and others will reply.  You will quickly get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.