I found out yesterday that on top of my many back issues and nerve damage I now can add Diabetic to my long list of ailments. I spent the day generally feeling sorry for myself which I try not to do. I couldn't help myself from saying all the things I'm sure all of you say on occasion. I think I will call it the Why Me Syndrome. I am basically a happy person that keeps a going no matter what. This has kind of stopped me in my tracks. It seems I just get one thing a little under control then I am blasted with something else. I told my Husband I just felt like a Big Wimp letting this get to me so much. Now my life has to change again to accomidate yet another ailment. He said Honey we will get through this just like we have before. Without him I think life would be very different for me. I would not be a happy camper but a miserable, stay at home person with no life. Christmas Eve is our 20th Anniversary and I thank my Lucky Stars I have him for support and love. Now--am I being a big wimp or do you all at times spend way to much time and energy wondering Why Me.
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