Posted by sailpappy (22.214.171.124) on September 30, 2000 at 07:49:06:
Due to my Good Friend "Bob" that recently had a quad-bypass, I have been reminded that all I have to do is look out side my own situation to see how much worse it could be.
It doesn't take away my pain, however, I had to spend a Great deal of time at the local Hospital, (Bob has had some complications and just got released again yesterday) While my friend was sleeping I walked the halls and everywhere I heard moaning or the sounds of enduring agony, I would stick my head in and see if I could do anything to aide these poor souls, it reminded me that even though I suffer several CH attacks a day it isn't life threatening and it isn't constant pain like some of the Cancer and Trauma Patients I have visited these past 4 or 5 days.
When you at your witt's end, get your pain to a point where you can think clearly and visit a burn unit or the CCIU or the ICU at your local hospital, it helps me maintain perspective! Sailpappy
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