Hello, this is something new for me...I am usually the one giving the support. I decided to to find a support group because I've decided to have surgery and I don't want to burden my family and friends with all of my thoughts and fears. (You know people ask how you're doing but there's very few people who really want to know!) I injured my neck in a weird gymnastic accident 27 years ago. I've had a lot of pain over the years but in September I lifted something very heavy and really did it this time. PT has not helped, I can't drive or ride very long in the car, I haven't slept in a bed for months (I sleep in a recliner, a few hours at a time), I can't even do many household chores. My family has been supportive but I know they are getting tired of it! I am looking forward to continuing this journey with new friends who understand, and I look forward to supporting you who are going through trials as well. Thanks and God bless!
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