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I cry. Recovery

how do you feel as
hurdles you have had to get over
thing you find really hard
all types of things like this.
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1. The things I find that is really hard for me was setting up a website that
was almost impossible for me to do. I could not remember this or that.
My son set up my website for me and he didn’t really know how but he did
it anyway. On Saturday and Sundays I have to go with my husband to play bingo
and I couldn’t talk to any one because I would cry and I did not want all
those people seeing me cry so I just didn’t talk. If I had a bingo my
husband would yell bingo for me because I could not yell it for myself.
Sometimes I still have a tendency to cry but mostly I don’t.

2.The hurdles I had to get over with my crying was my husband and my son. I
didn’t care about anyone else but them. Whenever I had to speak to my son I cried.
How can I cry to speak to my own child. That was very hard for me. Extremely hard.
He would always say I understand you cry when you say something to anybody not only
me but he didn’t understand that I didn’t want to cry when I spoke to him he was my
child from birth.

Where my other hurdle came in was with my husband, how can I cry with my husband.
I was married to him for 14 years and I couldn’t explain to him good enough what
I was actually crying about. I would take him to work and pick him up. Sometimes
I would cry and sometimes not. If he only said hello when he got into the car,
I would cry. He really didn’t understand it. He would tell me to stop crying all
the time, but of course I could not until I was actually finished crying. It is
and was a nightmare.

3. All types of things like this would make me cry like when I go to the supermarket.
The girl at the checkerout counter would ask me for my phone number and I would
start crying. I go the health food supermarket and they ask me for something and I cry.
I go to the pharmacy and they ask me something, I cry. I go pay a loan for my husband,
and ask me something, I cry. I go to pizza hut for something and they ask me something,
I cry. Every where I go, I cry. Isn’t that crazy. I’m sorry but if you have what
I have its just plain crazy

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Those People Seeing Me Cry

The things I find that is really hard for me was setting up a website that was almost impossible for me to do.  I could not remember this or that. 

My son set up my website for me and he didn’t really know how but he did it anyway. 

On Saturday and Sundays I have to go with my husband to play bingo and I couldn’t talk to any one because I would cry and I did not want all those people seeing me cry so I just didn’t talk.  If I had a bingo my husband would yell bingo for me because I could not yell it for myself. 

Sometimes I still have a tendency to cry but mostly I don’t.

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Advice from Stroke victims ?

I am sorry if my question sounds a little odd, but its more for comfort, my gran had a stroke last wednesday, we had her taken straight to hospital, up until friday she could still talk a bit, since then she has had 3 major strokes in hospital (what the doctors say) and is just basically laying there, when we talk to her she can still squeeze our hand when we ask her too, she can open her eyes and mouth slightly and when you ask her a question she can groan to us.
As she is 89 years old the doctors have said her brain is that badly damaged there is not any chance of recovery and if she has another stroke its likely to finish her off.
The reason I am asking this question is that I would like to know from people that have suffered a stroke and are now recovering and moving around, whether my gran will be in any pain, of course its an question I only want to hear the answer "No", but it would be reassuring to hear and know how se might be feeling and thinking, its horrible seeing her like this as she has always been an independent lady, she still lived by herself and could cook a meal for you up until last wednesday, so to see her in hospital have nurses cleaning her is very upsetting.
I know its a fact that all life eventually comes to an end and my gran has had a good life, 89 years old with no illnesses until now, she has always had family around here, she even went on holiday to Spain last month with my mum and dad but it always comes as a shock.
I won't go on but would appreciate to hear from anyone who knows and has experienced a stroke and are happy to share anything with me that may make my family take some comfort in knowing.
As I say, its a strange time for me as not used to anyone close to me getting ill so I am sorry if my question seems inapproriate and sorry if it has offended anyone
Thank you in advance

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My dad, 65, just had a mild stroke. He suffered left leg and arm numb. But is making recovery now,he can walk and move, but not as long as before.
Does anyone know would he be able to recover fully? And hopefully there won't be another stroke?
I feel very sad and stressed when I heard this. I live very far from my parents and can't help much. I really wish my dad cope well and recovers!

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