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      There’s no way around adapting everything we do-constantly. Hobbies we once enjoyed become more difficult overtime.

      Personally, I was diagnosed later so I had to learn how to do things I still enjoy but differently. For example, cooking. I have had to relearn a lot about my body and new ways to do things so I’m not in pain or too exhausted afterward.

      Or, bike riding. I’ve ended up getting a trike so that way I can still be able to ride my friends.

      What about you? What are some hobbies you’ve made easier on you? Some adaptations you’ve had to make?

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      Clester
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      My wife went from a regular fishing pole to a cane pole to an electric pole, with a big button that lays in her lap, that I made her. Of which I believe I posted a link to a picture of the pole in the fishing /outdoor activities (I believe it’s something like that).

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