Posted by Rider (184.108.40.206) on March 09, 2000 at 13:03:40:
Like many of the CH sufferers that lurk (and post) on this board, I tend to focus only on myself, my pain and my future. During an attack, I would do anything to make the pain subside. Anything. At the same time, I sometimes fail to realize what my wife, Christy goes through. She suffers from these things equally as much as I do. She wakes up with me in the middle of the night, she takes me to the ER (if need be), she chases down my O2 prescriptions during her lunch hour, she accepts a "cold" (my CH temperature requirement)house. In short, she does everything humanly possible to give me ANY advantage in beating this thing. I always try to remember to thank her but it seems so insufficient. I was thinking about this on the way to work this morning after a typically crummy night last night. To everyone out there who shares this miserable experience with your loved one(s); appreciate them, honor them and share with them. Christy lurks here but never posts. Words are cheap, but they're better than nothing...
THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR SUPPORTERS.
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