Joe has come along way, basically back from death. He won't do his exercises to help him get stronger. If I try to push him; he gets voicetress. I understand that he forgets, but he is not going to continue to get stronger if he don't at least try. After being in a coma for 2 months, 15 plus broken bones, along with severe head injury we are lucky to have him. But he is not the same man I married 34 years ago. Physically he is the same, but mentally, I don't know him anymore. It's more like I have another child. I try to help, but he is so stubborn, I am just not sure where he is mentally most of the time. His mind goes 24/7 but not thinking about things it should be. The Dr. took his Dr. License and he thinks he can drive. I have to hide my keys because he took the car and turned it around just to prove to me that he could. He doesn't think anything is wrong with him and Lord help me if I tell him. Anyway, these are some of the things I deal with on a daily bases. Some worse than others. Lately: NOT TOO BAD
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