I just want to say that if anyone I know deserves an award for being understanding it's my husband. I have been married twice before to men who beat me phsically and mentally and thought I would never do it again. Then Charley came along, whom I met in a chat room 9 years ago. I told him I was going to probably end up on dialysis within 10 years. Sure enough it happend. He trained for home dialysis with me and does all my treatments. He holds down a job and does pretty much everything in our home... I don't know what I would do without him... Like I said he deserves an award!!
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