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mabri"When I was diagnosed about 18 months ago with fibromyalgia, I didn't know where to turn. I got on my computer and looked for a support group where I could talk to other people with the same disease and get some help...Information, suggestions, mostly just what I can do now that I have this.....disorder/disease/syndrome...I didn't even know what to call it. I found MDJ, and yes, there was a support group for fibro. I started a post, and figured I would never get an answer. However, very quickly I was welcomed in, and became really involved in the group. I received help, support, friendship and the feeling of being truly cared about by these strangers who had become like family to me. Now, I have been here for about a year and a half...I have become a group leader, and love every minute of it. It is so wonderful to be able to help others. I still receive help and answers from the members in this group. The fibromyalgia is where I go to help, support, listen, care and even laugh. I don't know what I would do without this group." (mabri)

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littlepea This is going to be my way of trying to cope with my husband's illness. The illness his doctor said he didn't have that nearly killed him on 2-15-09 when his esophagus exploded (my best description of what happened that night).

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Easter Sunday

Apr 12 2009

What a beautiful day it is! We went to church this morning, the first time in a while. The service was so nice and it was good to see some of our old friends. Today was a good day for my husbandbut it wore him out, he's in taking a nap now. My day started out with me feeling down but now I'm feeling pretty good, think I'll take a walk outside.

Tomorrow he has an appointment with the hepatologist, we're hoping for a good report on all his blood work.



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