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julie411"The parents of addicts group has been the greatest help for me. When I first found out about my daughters herone addiction, I was crushed. I felt numb, helpless shocked and alone. I did not want to tell any one. I did not know what to do, or know how to handle it.
The parents and leaders of this group were life savers. They helped me every step of the way. The compassion, love and support is amazing. My daughter is now a recovering addict.I know even if this were to change, I have my support. I love this group so very much.
" (julie411)

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khariss A place where I can write about everything going on, without feeling like a one - woman Pity Party.

I've Not Written For Awhile

May 07 2010
I've been quiet lately. I went through the joy of having good care and then after a few months of walking like a normal person, the right started showing signs of going. I can live with that, becauseI have a damned good orthopod. Finally. My endo doc is relocating, so I need to find a new one and I do need a new RA doc. The Plaquenil, Celebrex and Prednisone isn't working for me. Lately, the swelling in my joints - wrists, hands, feet and ankles has been a reality check. My friends say I need less stress in my life and so do some folks in the family. Some of those folks are the source of the very stress they talk about. I don't feel angry, but I am physically tired and sometimes, I wonder where this is all leading. Sometimes, I simply wish the people in my house would go away for awhile and when they come back, try not to undo the housework I struggle to do. I also struggle with guilt...the things I can no longer do or the things that take forever to accomplish.

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