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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Good Morning; DS called in he is clearing today. He is anxious. He was given a medication from a civilian ER which was helping him greatly. But to refill it, he went through Army channels and they decided to change his meds. Then all these anxiety attacks started again. DS says it is like these guys are experimenting with me- trying to make me crack up. Army comes back there are protocols they use. emoticon Good News - tomorrow he goes on leave and is out of the Army in June. I have the stress from DS, but DH has hives from his job. I am the pickle in the middle. We have a vacation coming this summer so I am hoping that this will help my DH. DS has to get involved with VA as soon as he is out of the Army. He can not do any thing b/4 then from what I have gathered. I have been in and out of SP due to working with DS or DH. Sometimes, I just stay off the computer and just take day or days off. I get a book and read. some times I get tired of constantly having to say that my life is so challenging with all these moody men. I feel like a therapist. Oh, well it could be worse.
If I am not on SP- it is b/c I like to talk about positive issues and right now they are hard to come by. I know this will improve. I hope sooner than later.
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    1825 days ago
    Well, it is tougher-than-tough to be the pickle in the middle for sure! Been there, done that. HUGS

    As fr posting, hey . . . don't feel bad if you post a vent! That's what this journey is all about, getting the support when needed, giving it when possible . . . sharing (as is appropriate!) the good, the bad and the ugly . . . it's all part of life and this journey!

    How is the baby doing?? Bet she's getting big (Kimber, that is).
    1825 days ago
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