well mike is going to be at the same clinic for another year, but i hate to admit his biggest problem is not his cf it may be me I think about his treatments all the time. I mean all the time I am always afraid of something going wrong and i talk about cf a lot way to much I am getting thearpy and am now on paxil I really want him to live a normal life but do you all balance it out life and treatments. The Dr.'s are saying mike has to want to do it and he does most of the time. but I am a real nagger and the dr's are telling me nagging does not work he is 18 and this transition is very painful how often do you all think about it and how do i allow him to rest his mind on other things. You would think that I would have a handle on this by now but I seem to be getting worse. lol robbie
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