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December 18, 2013


Learn new ways, yes. I am sad to read this, but then again, such things happen to people all the time, we just need to walk down our individual paths. Good luck!

Really well written...I am an "old neuro nurse" who was diagnosed at age 49 after having lesions for probably 25 years before-read as normal scans. Yes, there is a good thing about diagnosis, mobilization and you have the best-a supportive caring family...I try to blog every day but not always about the MonSter...well, maybe it is all about living with the MonSter. You know that little ankle biter. Let's join forces and slay it. Best to you and yours. Mary Gerdt http://Traveloguefortheuniverse.blogspot.com

A beautifully written account, thank you so much for sharing it.
Hope Support Services is a charity supporting young people when a close family member receives a diagnosis like this.
If anyone reading this is worried about the affect your life-threatening diagnosis is having on your teenage children (11-25), please get in touch as we can help.

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