Starting Over

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Since being here last time, I have been diagnosed with Cushing Syndrome, Hep C, and Diabetes.
I don't know what the hell I'm doing. My breathing capasity has gotten smaller. Doctor said this really is the end, so do you want to smoke or do you want to live.

Now, because of the diabetes, I am trying to change my lifestyle totally upside down with a whole new different way to eat, and a heck of a lot less. I actually know a few people who just don't care, but it seems to me that this is a serious thing. I am trying to do my best. Not perfect, but working on it. I really need a lot of support .
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  • MOGAL1946
    Hi there! So glad to see your smiling face again. Sorry, you are having health issues but I firmly believe you will see a difference by exercising and eating more healthy. It is hard to stop smoking...I finally slayed that dragon in 2001 and feel so much better and probably would not be typing this if I had continued to smoke. I hope you find something that will work for you in quitting that habit. Welcome back!!
    2463 days ago
  • BONNIE627
    girl we have missed you.. sorry about the new health problems but it seems to come with the territory anymore.. just hang in there and do the best you not give up and don't just sit down and let life pass you by... we are all here for you.. emoticon emoticon
    2463 days ago
    I'm back today too after a long absence. I think you can do it, choose life that is, as your doctor said. Look at all of the cool people on your photo pages who you love and who love you. Yay for you!

    I am sorry for your new medical challenges. I wish you the best through this pain in the rear journey.

    I look at an old blog entry of your on medication and costs. Call these people for assistance whether you have insurance or not, many many things are discounted. emoticon
    2463 days ago
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