Posted by MaryD (188.8.131.52) on August 23, 2001 at 03:41:55:
BobP I still have not changed my mind, Please remove my name. Thank you!
I wrote what I did yesturday about Dr. Kudrow and CPH because I thought you would be interested in knowing his thoughts. His my Doctor and I will follow his instructions to the letter. I'm sorry most of you do not agree with him. Mike I am taking Indomethacin. I started taking it on Monday at 25mg 3x a day. It wasn't working so he had me up the dose to 50mg 3x a day. I'm doing fine now. I did get my headaches back at 8pm tonight so I'm hoping with a little more time I'll be 100% pain free. Most of us are pretty close to this web site and don't see what others see. I think if you all step back and really look at what is here on the MB you wouldn't be happy. Someone said this was our home and we are family we can let it all hang out. I disagree. I have family, but I never allow my brother-in-laws and there family to see our inner circle which include Rich, my son Michael and my daughter Holly. What goes on in the inner circle is private. I agree you all need a place to vent. Maybe DJ or BobP could consider opening up another MB and call it The Family Den. Maybe only allow people who are here for 6 months or more in. This MB could be only used for new babies seeking information. I don't know the solutions. And maybe it doesn't matter.
Hope is a wonderful gift given to us from God, a source of strength and courage in the face of life's harshest trials. When we are trapped in a tunnel of misery, hope points to the light at the end. When we are overworked and exhausted, hope gives us fresh energy. When we are discouraged, hope lifts our spirits. When we are tempted to quit, hope keeps us going. When we struggle with a crippling disorder or a lingering illness, like Clusters, hope helps us persever beyond the pain. When we fear the worst, hope brings reminders that God is still in control. When we are forced to sit back and wait, hope gives us the patience to trust. Put simply, when life hurts and dreams fade, nothing helps like hope. Be well my friends, and I'll pray for peace and pain free days for each of you.
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