I was just diagnose with Bell's Pasly. I just got out of the hospital 2 day's ago. My mother is having open heart surgery July 23. I'm have some tention with my family. My mother is telling me it's no big deal not to come.(Sorry open heart surgery is a big deal to me). This is my only mother. We may not see eye to eye at times, but how can I not be there. I really don't have the money to fly out there, but I will find it some how. That's not the problem. My question is do I go. I just got into it with my sister telling that I caused the Bell's Pasly and I am being selfish. (After not even a month ago I went to help my sister with her kids while my BIL was in the hospital)I need to stop thinking of myself and start thinking of others. Are you kidding me? I know I shouldn't let anyone stop me from being there, but I wonder if I would be more of a burden having me there. I use to being put aside with my family. I just want to do the right thing you. Thanks Tina:)
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