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Monday, May 24, 2010

I am so happy my hubby is doing so well. I am so proud of him. emoticon
I can't help but wonder if I am going to hold him back. I know he likes for me to exercise with him. Right now we are either walking around the local school track, walking around our yard, or working out on the Wii. Most days I feel so bad, but I push through for him. Then I suffer for it later on in the day. I just hope I am strong enough to do this for him (and me) for most of the time. I have said my headaches/migraines are not going to keep me down and I am trying to stick with that.
Everyday seems like such a hard battle, but I just pray one day I will have relief and can be the person, wife, daughter, sister, and friend I should be to all the people that mean so much to me. emoticon
I was just thinking and figured I would share emoticon Does anyone else struggle with chronic pain?
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  • SANDRA-G
    Hang in there!
    3098 days ago
  • TRISH106
    I am so happy your husband is doing to well. The fact that he is following the exercise is so important. I glad that you are pushing through your pain to get exercise with him. It is good for you and great for him to have you by his side. Sometimes it is hard to make yourself exercise without having someone beside you.
    Yes, I suffer from chronic pain also. I rarely have migraines anymore, thank goodness.
    My pain is all degenerate disease in my whole back, hips, and knees. I have been able to defy the Dr's thus far. They really thought I would be in a wheel chair by now. I contribute that to my weight loss. I was almost there.
    Have you tried any RX from the Dr for migraines. I have a Aunt that has to take them every day. They have helped her to have less and less severe migraines. emoticon
    3098 days ago
  • SEWSWITHHOTGLUE
    Yes, I have migraines, too. I use a daily preventive Rx, plus motrin on occasion. I'm finding that exercising first thing in the morning, every morning, is helping to prevent the severity and frequency of headaches. I'm also avoiding all trigger foods and I stay away from allergens and tobacco smoke which seems to help also.

    There will always be reasons not to exercise, but getting to a healthier weight should make a big difference in the quality of our lives. It's worth it!

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    3098 days ago
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