I see so many hurting in several areas, and I don't have the capacity to write a lot. My wife may be deteriorating with some kind of developing heart disease. God, it's Depression, Lupus in my daughter with multiple problems,but at least getting by on disability, and not bed-ridden. My wife is having to rest constantly at her mother's house, and gets out only for small trips to see our other daughter in Columbus, then has to rest whereever she goes. This was a very active woman now not herself at all. She's had some 4 or 5 medical problems getting worse over the past few years after our younger daughter was diagnosed with what the specialists here called a very bad case. She is in Class III Kidney disease, along with anemias, etc. I won't go on because I can't. I'm very sorry for all of you who suffer out there. I can't even muster the energy to read all the postings. There are so many now. All I can say for now is God Bless You all, and I hope you get better. Hugss to everybody. I don't know what else to say. I can only work part time, and at my age am wearing out. I don't understand why we go through such hell while others are healthy and wealthy, and many are guilty of mental cruelty to those of us who are sick. Some people are Satanic in their nature, and thank God for those of you who have some compassion. It seems to be a rare thing these days in this rat race world.
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