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Re: This V-V is very frustrating

From: Laural
Date: 11/30/00
Time: 9:15:08 PM
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Dear Debbie... I feel the exact same way as you do... This thing is so frustrating!! Where did this thing come from? It's like a bomb that gets dropped in your lap and explodes all over you!!... Suddenly, there is no such thing as the word-- normal life with VVS... It seems to take so long to get the right meds... assuming they will continue to work... As hard as it is,,, it is doubly hard when you have children... I spend half my time trying to hide my sick spells from my girls... I don;t want to frighten them and I want them to feel that I will always be there for them if they need me and that they can count on me... Mothers can't be sick... we've got too much to do!!! Oh, well, I hear what you are saying Debbie... Keep your chin up... even when you're fainting... We're all in this thing together... and we can all help each other take it day by day... I wish you and your family well... Be good to yourself... let us know how you are...

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