Ummmm... guys, ya have to realize what it's like living with BP. I'm BP. Jo and I are joined at the hip/heart. She has to live with ME! That is a accomplishment, just by itself. So, you have to realize that Jo needs the strength to accept me. Regardless of her physical condition... she has to deal with me! I'm falling apart. Soooo.... even though she's released... she has to pick ME up! I'm trying to do it myself. But, once she's released... I'm admitting myself. So, cut her some slack. Don't expect miracles. It's gonna take a few days for her to adjust. It'll be my fault.
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