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  • victoria

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    March 9, 2023 at 3:14 pm in reply to: November is Bladder Health Month

    I’ve been on amitriptyline for about 6 years each time my GP puts the dose up my urgency lessons but the past few months it’s gotten so much worse just during the day time, I have never really had I to go at night we’ll when I was pregnant i did, but anyway my husband has been putting towels folded up to sit on. It’s pretty embarrassing I feel like a dang puppy…

  • victoria

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    January 24, 2023 at 8:44 pm in reply to: Romantic relationships

    Sadly I don’t think he wants to fix things.. I seem to make it worse everytime I try to talk to him about it. He said he didn’t bond emotionally, and I know it’s 100‰ my fault and our foundation stated out horribly but I’m not that dishonest person any more. I’ve grown up and matured.I think I just need to give him space for a while

  • victoria

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    January 23, 2023 at 7:55 am in reply to: Romantic relationships

    I’m Victoria I’m 37 with two daughters 18 and 14  was diagnosed when i was 14 and was wheelchair bound 5 months after i turned 15. I got pregnant when I was 17 with my first daughter and was engaged 6 months later and married a year later. It started out amazingly I thought I was happy and In love… I don’t like going back and talk about my past it’s embarrassing not to mention it still kinda hurts. My (second and current)hubby is a kiwi( from New Zealand). I’m American( from NY USA). We “meet” online when i was 12, he was 13. We spoke on and off for a while then stopped for a few years. In that time I got preg and married, he also got married..after about a year or so of my marriage i was so unhappy and fed up i turned back to chatting online. Apparently his Marriage was done for as well. We started talking just about every day. One day he told me he was going to make the 3 day journey to come meet my daughter and I, And here we are.

     

    We spent a year in middleton NY, We moved to florida and lived there until We left for New Zealand in 2011. We have had our ups and downs but I think it’s starting to become too much for him…

  • victoria

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    January 21, 2023 at 8:36 pm in reply to: How do you manage your affected speech?

    I’d like to hear more about this. My speech has gotten so bad lately even my husband and kids are having a lot of trouble understanding me. My husband has gotten good at lip reading. Well
    As long as there’s light. I think going to a therapist would be good for me, but my speech l to far gone it’s not really possible

  • victoria

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    January 21, 2023 at 9:08 pm in reply to: Relationships and FA

    That’s beautiful