For me, it's the fact that I can't visit James. I'm in ME, and he's in TN. So because of the expense, I can only afford to visit him once a year. I'd give anything, and I mean anything if I could visit him every weekend, or even once or twice a month. If you can see your loved one, on a fairly regular basis, count yourself very blessed. But there are other trials just as difficult. I want everyone who is willing, to share, so that the others in our group can better understand what each person struggles with the most, and try to meet that need as a group, if we can.
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