just started looking into all the information i can get. i just read many peoples traveling tips and started to cry. i juwst found out how sick i am and this helped me to realize that there are others out there like me!!! i wish i had these tips a few months ago when i attempted a 350 mile trip. i could not walk for days after that. i thank all of u who has posted, i plan to read your tips daily to help me better understand what i need to do. God Bless all of you.View Thread
I have only had this about a year and feel the same way. I just always wonder if somehow I am being punished.? I just try to look at all the blessing that has been put into my life. The great friends, wonderful 6 year old daughter that tries her best to help when I am down, and now I'm back in college pushing myself to the limits. All I can do is take it one day at a time. Don't feel like a failure! Uneed to rely on your friends and family, they should understand. Good luck!!!View Thread
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