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tomboykimi"What MD Junction means to me is a place where i can feel like im not alone. As someone with something as rare as hydrocephalus, it feels like im the only one in the world with it. When i came to MD, its like everyone has it. It doesnt feel like im alone. And that people need to hold up a sign to say what i have, because people know. And they understand. I can get questions answered from people who have been through it rather than from doctors or people who only can tell you from a physical standpoint. THat is what MD junction means to me." (tomboykimi)

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mommypat6 my journey


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Dec 08 2011
Well, I've got my schedule down with the help of my family.  When my alarm rings everyone shouts take your medicine!  I feel alright of course not 100% but alright. I'm back to ridingmy bike to work. I'm thankful for everyday I make it through.

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written by sogood, December 10, 2011
Good to hear your family is taking an active part in your journey. You have a cheering squad smilies/cheesy.gif
written by mommypat6, December 12, 2011
abosolutley!! They rock!
written by beachworthy, December 13, 2011
I am so use to doing for myself, by myself, I hope I can accept help when it is offered to me, and not just help in the physical form......I can be quite the loner at times like this....so glad your family keeps you on the up and up smilies/smiley.gif I have a beautiful family - I just don't want them to worry about me, so I don't tell them.......HAVE A GREAT DAY! KEEP UP THE GREAT ATTITUDE smilies/smiley.gif

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