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7,159 2/8/12 10:12 P
I have never given up despite the fact my husband died, both my teenagers are ADHD + spectrum, I have no support from my family what so ever in New Zealand..
I looked at that saying sink or swim it is up to us totally- I will swim and never let anything get to me.. Even if I loss my job I will more time to exercise and get healthy- look for a less stressful job..
Without good health everything us we make excuses for as priorities becames irrelevant sitting in a wheelchair or dead..
The most profound fact is being a resthome helper lossing family to illness and old age is normal- it is part and parcel of the cycle of life it is not even a good reason to get depressed.. People around us also make choices- more reason to change societies outlook on how we all conduct our lifes.. The maturity comes from seeing this and not blame ones life on everything else irrelevant..
Edited by: REDSHOES2011 at: 2/8/2012 (22:16)
2/8/12 10:07 P
I love that since the day my son has been born I've supported everything he's ever done and said I love you to him every single day of his life... I never wanted my son to grow up in a family like I had and made sure he's never had to question if he's felt love by his parents.
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