Originally Posted by debbie-b
There is no way, that I could know, what you are going through, I can't even imagine. I wish there was something, I could say or do, to help you somehow, but like you said, there is nothing anyone could say or do. All I can do is pray for you.
Where in NY do you live?
i live close to liberty NY..
[QUOTE=Miraid;108306]Tracy, i am military and if you are your sons next of min, meaning hes not married then you have survivors benefits from the military. You can contact someone via telephone to put you in contact with a chaplain. Try ftdrum.army.mil or drum.army.mi
Im sorry for your los
yes i got life insurance any thing else they go by household income. and my new husband wasn't my sons father. so i really don't quantify for much. but its not about money
My name is Jessica and on the morning of July 4th my husband tragically died from a massive heart attack he is only 40. Emotionally I am a wreck, the pain is just unbearable. I miss my husband so very much. He is my best friend and soulmate. He stood by me with my SLE Lupus, was there for everything even my hospital stays, infusions, my weekly shots, doctors appointments. I don't know what I am going to do without him or how I am going to even go on in life. I can't wrap my hands around what happened
Hi everyone this is my first time on here so not sure if I am doing this right???? But here it goes. I am 24 and was diagnosed with SLE when I was 18. I have been on loads of different meds that many of you are taking at the moment. I was recently (a year ago) diagnosed with severe lupus nephritis and although my results are heaps better, my kidney doc is still not satisfied with treatment and is worried that if the situation is not controlled early that I could possibly be looking at dialysis and
Here are some simple little tricks I picked up a few years ago that have ended up being a life saver for neck/shoulder, low back, & foot pain.
Take 1-2 tennis balls and put them in a tube sock, tying off the sock close to the balls but not so tight they won't move. Then sit or stand with your back against a hard surface. Hold the empty end of the sock in your hand and drop the ball end between your shoulder & the wall, adjusting until you feel the "right" spot,