I have a cousin who has ALS. He is 39 years old and married with 2 children. He is unable to move anything except for his head. He is the most wonderful person in the world. He has had a trach put in as well as a feeding tube. He is on a ventilator but is able to talk and swallow. All of this has changed his life and the life of his family but it has not got him down. He loves going out of town with family, going out to eat and even to Sam's Club or Best Buy. He has been in and out of the hospital lately, thanks to the Flu season. I was wondering if anyone wanted to share their experinces with knowing or living with someone with ALS. Thanks
Posts You May Be Interested In
I miss traveling with my husband. Has anyone found a specific site regarding cruising for widow/widowers or any sightseeing trips. Not interested in being with couples and kids,,,I realize a cruise ship will have a portion size of families and couples, but perhaps they also put together a part of the cruise ship for groups of widows/widowers????
A friend sent this to me..As far as I can see, grief will never truly end.It may become softer overtime, more gentleand some days will feel sharp.But grief will last as long as Love does - ForeverIt's simply the way the absence of your loved onemanifests in your heart. A deep longing accompaniedby the deepest Love some days. The heavy fog mayreturn and the next day, it may recede.Once again, it's...