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PAlady
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   Posted 11/28/2009 1:32 AM (GMT -7)   
White Beard,
You haven't told us much about how you're doing these days, although from your other post we know Thanksgiving was difficult for you.

I just want to say I was proud of how you at least tried to create a new ritual for yourself. As one who has been alone for far too many years, I can say that the first holidays are usually the worst, because you're comparing them to what was. It takes time to heal, and you're not even through the divorce yet. So try not to take how you feel this year as how you'll feel for future holidays. Yes, you may want to make other plans (or invite others over and cook for them), but you can also get more used to going it alone for at least some of the holidays. Sometimes it takes awhile to detach from how we think a holiday should go, how we should feel, etc.

Anyway, tell us how you're really doing these days!

PaLady

White Beard
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   Posted 11/28/2009 12:02 PM (GMT -7)   
PALady
As usual you are there giving me support, How can I Thank-You enough? I can't begin to tell you what your words mean to me! As all the written words of support from all the members of our family here on this CP forum! This divorce is dragging out way to long and do wish it was over, but with that said I just don't want to be taken advantage of in this process either! And I see and feel that, that is how it is headed! We go to court December first and have the judge and court room for 3 hours that afternoon! This all weighs very heavily on me, it is an all new experience, I don't begrudge my wife of anything that is due to her, but I have to be able to live and I can not work! That is why I am on disability, and it hurts me deeply to know that after over 34 yearrs of marriage, that does not matter, she wants everything she can get from me! Anyway I really don't know how I am doing, I would like to defer answering this question till after the end of the week, as Tuesday I go to court, and Thursday I see my pain Doctor for my monthly prescription refill, but also that day I have my first initial appointment with my new PCP, I mentioned a while back that I asked my Pain Doctor about getting a new PCP and he set me up with this new Doc. So I see him this Thursday! Who knows maybe I will finally get some of my other medical problems addressed! As I said all this weighs heavily on me! But pain wise well the surgey fixed my arm pain as it was suppose to do! I get rays and see the surgeon for another follow-up the 22nd of December! As for my lower and mid Back pain well somedays it really is bad! I fold my washed cloths on my bed as it sits very high but that simple task just about kills me! an I have the same pain when I stand at the sink and do dishes, my lower mid back just absolutely drives me nuts! The pain gets so bad I just have to walk away from it! I know some day I will have to have L4-5 worked on! But so far no one will touch T-12 l-1! But for now the pain meds make it tolerable, at least most of the time except when I do dishes and fold cloths and some other tasks! I am not a neat freak or anything like that! But I just will not let my house go to pot either! I can't live like that! So I do what I can and have to do!



I have rambled on and feel like I haven't said anything! I hope that I don't come off feeling sorry for myself and want sympathy because I don't!! I don't want to come off that way either! Right now I guess I am just a bit lonely and allot uncertain, about so many things, I will leave it at that!



Palady Thanks for caring and starting this thread but I will have more answers this Thursday night! Things would be really tough for me without having my family here on this CP forum!



White Beard

Chartreux
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   Posted 11/28/2009 8:07 PM (GMT -7)   
WhiteBeard,
Good luck and prayers for Tuesday, I hope it can be done nicely...
fingers crossed for you, too....
and keep us posted if you get the energy on Tuesdays afters...
Lots of soft caring hugz
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mrsm123
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   Posted 11/29/2009 11:02 AM (GMT -7)   
Whitebeard,
I'm truly sorry that you are going through so much at this time of the year especially. It is hard enough to go through a divorce, without the holidays being linked to it. You are a fair and caring man, that much comes through every single post that you make here. It seems that most divorces become about taking everything one can get, instead of remembering the partnership that once existed and wanting what is best for one another, despite the marriage not surviving.
I'm sorry that your wife seems to be stuck in that position right now. You will be okay Whitebeard, I truly believe that and that you will find a partner in time who is deserving of someone as caring as you are.
Hang in there my friend,
Sandi
PLIF/TLIF Fusion w/Instrumentation L4-5 Spondololysthesis L4-5.Laminectomies L4-5, foraminal stenosis L3-4, L4-5, L5-S1, herniations L3-4, L4-5, L5-S1, central canal stenosis L3-4, L4-5 and L5-S1
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Revision for failed Back surgery, pseudoarthrosis L4-5, hemilaminectomies L3-4, L4-5, L5-S1, bmp added to revision fusion, replaced two bent screws that were reversing out of vertebrae - August 2, 2007
On going back pain and neuropathic pain, failed back surgery, consult for scs, decided not to do that at this point.
Adhesive Arachnoiditis also......just what I didn't need..9/08- adding bilateral ulnar neuropathy with severe compression to the mix. They want me to see a surgeon for ulnar nerve surgery, but I'm not biting.
I've seen enough surgeons over the last few years.
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Jim1969
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   Posted 11/29/2009 12:11 PM (GMT -7)   
Whitebeard. Regardless of how things turn out for you Tuesday, and I hope that all goes well and is fair, I hope that you find peace and are able to put all the pieces back together again quickly.

Like too many others I have been through this myself, and while my divorce ended a 6 month marriage, I can empathize somewhat.
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Chartreux
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   Posted 11/29/2009 3:13 PM (GMT -7)   
Just wanted to wish ya good luck, one more time before your big day...
Finger's still crossed for ya....
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White Beard
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   Posted 11/29/2009 5:26 PM (GMT -7)   
Chart Thank-You for your support and kind words, my Lawyer is coming over for a two hour prep session to go over everything that is going to happen Tuesday???? All this is all so strange and new to me, believe it or not I have never even had a speeding ticket to have to go to court for! When we went into court originally for this and that was all of 10 minutes that was the first time I had ever been in a court room! I have only been called for Jury duty once in my life and that was 7 or 8 years ago, and because of my disability and not being able to sit for any period of time I was released right away and was never called again for it! Before that time period I was always in the military! So all this court room stuff is a bit intimadating and strange to me! Believe it or not I tend to be a bit on the shy side, and am not a very out going and gregarious type person! I don't know Tuesday night the Divorce might be finalized and over, if her and her lawyer can be reasonable and fair it could happen! Even my counselor has suggested that maybe I should just accept the loses and move on with my life, but only if I can live with it. That is the problem for me, if I just let her take advantage of me without putting up a fight, I know I will never be able to live with myself later on, and if I fight it and the judge ends up making the decisions, and if I still los everything that way,......well...... at least I can hold my head up high, and say that I at least tried, and did my best! That is important to me! I have never been a quitter, and I value honesty and integrity above just about everything else! Without being honest and having your integrity what do you have? I will let you all know how Tuesday turns out for me!


Jim thanks for your understanding and support I appreciated it!



Sandi (mrsm123) You have been through so much yourself but yet you constantly are helping others! Thank-You so much!! Your post really has touched me! It means allot, more than you know I think! Your one of the prime reasons I consider people here on this forum my family and friends! I really do hope you are right about the future! Again I Thank-You!!!



Again I must especially Thank PALady for caring and thinking of me to start this thread! I will give updates as they happen and as I can!



White Beard

golitho
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   Posted 11/29/2009 5:29 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Whitebeard,
 
Good to hear that your arm pain is gone but sad to hear your divorce is looming in a messy way. It must be so horrible for you, especially when you've been together so long and had that love and trust to now have it thrown back at you.
My heart goes out to you. I think its doubly hard on us CPers because although we hate it we are needy of extra support and to not get it from your home situation must be aweful!
 
I really hope Tuesday goes well, remember we are all behind you, barracking for Whitebeard!!! You're not alone. Please let us know whats happening. At least we can empathise with you and hold your cyber hand.
 
Best of luck, golitho

straydog
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   Posted 11/29/2009 9:26 PM (GMT -7)   
White Beard you are in my prayers and I sure will say some extra ones come Monday night. I totally understand what you are saying about just walking away with basically your freedom only. Its not fair or right. I don't blame you one bit for not wanting to just throw in the towel, as long as you feel that way, I suggest you don't. You are not a quitter by a long shot. I am somewhat surprised at the lawyer even mentioning this to you. Stick to your guns. You have a huge support system here that will be rooting for you come Tuesday. Unfortunately none of us can be there in person beside you, but know that you will be in our hearts and we are with you till the end. By the way, no you are not feeling sorry for yourself. You are human and can only take so much. You have had an incredible year, so much piled on your platter. You passed the plate a long time ago, you are now dealing with platter size situations. Take care and know we are behind you 1,000 per cent.


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PAlady
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   Posted 11/29/2009 10:09 PM (GMT -7)   
White Beard,
For what it's worth my opinion on this is that you do stick to your guns. I'm surprised that your counselor said that to you. When I've worked with people I've always strongly told them to listen to their attorney at this time when they may feel so emotion and vulnerable. Especially someone like you who tends to be kind and caring, and may feel a tad of guilt (not that it's warranted but may be there anyway) because you're getting the divorce, you may tend to want to do just what that counselor said - accept your losses and move on. I really disagree with that counselor, unless she meant it in a different way. You certainly will be accepting your losses in many ways, and I think you're off to a find start, but it will be like an onion and have many layers, but as far as settlement issues go, let your attorney take you aside and tell you if proposals/counterproposals are fair. And don't be afraid to ask your attorney to speak with him privately. If it doesn't get settled Tuesday, so be it. What's the rush? I mean it's the house sale you'd probably like to move on with, but that may take a little time, so make sure you and your attorney feel comfortable with any settlement before you sign on the bottom line, so to speak. I know some things are dictated by the laws of a state, but a lot isn't, or can be negotiated. When your attorney comes to meet with you, try to ask about all potential options. I know you were concerned about the pension, and some of this may be legally mandated, but sometimes you can also make trade-offs. BE SURE to let your attorney know how much you've done/spent on upkeep of the house, etc. I remember for awhile she wasn't paying her fair share or something along those lines. So your attorney may want to see receipts, etc. of things you've paid.

I'm starting to ramble but the short version is don't throw in the towel! It may be hard, but make sure your attorney thinks it's a fair deal; he/she doesn't have the emotions vested in it you do.

And like others have said, we'll be rooting for you!

Hugs,

PaLady

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   Posted 11/30/2009 2:36 PM (GMT -7)   
    White Beard...I will be thinking about you tomorrow....it will be a tuff day for you....but it will be ok.....one thing they can never take away is your Character .....and from what I see here..you are one fine fellow! I may be wrong...but I don't think any judge is going to leave you without....especially since your on dissability. I'm not going to ask you personal questions here about your Divorce....I went through one and hated it...and still do. Right now you have an overload of things on your mind....but trust me after it is all over with....you will get some relief...mentally after a while...my heart feels for you my friend! Take care now!

bsjaguar
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   Posted 12/1/2009 4:29 AM (GMT -7)   
Will be thinking about you today, Whitebeard. Hopefully your soon to be ex-wife is ready to end this too and will work with you. Keep up the old chin whiskers and let us know, when your ready, the outcome.
---Jag---
 
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Piercings
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   Posted 12/1/2009 9:17 AM (GMT -7)   
WhiteBeard,

Lately I've been going through some major issues and haven't been here much. I would like to say I'm sorry to everyone for that. As for you, I'm hoping you take PA's advice in reference to the letting the lawyer help to advise you since he doesn't have the emotional investment that you do. I don't expect that you're just gonna throw in the towel. You already know that you need to do some of these things to take care of yourself, and I don't forsee that you're going to miss doing them. You've already said that if you come out with less, then so be it cause you know you did your best. And that's all that anyone can ever ask of any of us.

I know that splitting a relationship after several years is hard. Right now we're going through the phase of trying to decide whether it can be salvaged or to scrap it. I'm having a hard time with this just after 6 years, I can't even imagine 34.

Hearing that you are able to identify what's going on with you (little bit lonely, lost feeling, etc) is a relief. A lot of people when they are going through these things are not self aware enough to be able to help themselves. If they're unable to identify the feelings, then it's hard to seek any sort of solace. You're one step ahead of that pack and you know at least who you are and what you're worth. Which is a lot. (Probably more than you even think)

Today I know is going to be hard for you and I just wanted to say that I'm glad that you're able to start seeing some progress on this and that I hope that you can get resolution soon without it having to be all fight and heartaches. You are appreciated and loved here (I know I do appreciate/love you and I'm sure others feel the same way) and we all want the best for you. Take care of yourself.

-L
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White Beard
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   Posted 12/1/2009 10:54 AM (GMT -7)   
Piercings
Thank-You so much for your thought and feelings they mean allot to me! I am sorry that you are having a difficult time, I do hope you can work it all out!



I spent over two and half hours going over things with my Lawyer yesterday, he is suppose to pick me up in a half hour to drive to the hearing, it is 35 miles to the court house, and county seat! Any I have reviewed some of the stuff my wife has submitted, I can't begin to tell you how dissappointed, hurt and angry I am. She has even contradicted herself in many places even on her written submissions! I will not, and can not, let her rob me and take advantage of me like that! This might be a long and trying day in court this afternoon! I did not go to bed till after 1 AM and was up before 5 AM I just could not sleep! I am finding out I really didn't know this person at all!

You know Piercings, over the years I have learned to be able to be pretty objective at looking at myself, allot of that comes from being in the military so long! I know most if not all my short commings and am not afraid to own up to them! We all have them, they make us human, and humans are not perfect! It is what we do with the knowledge of our short-comings is what really counts! And I don't always handle that part wisely either! I guess another human trait! Anyway I will post when I get back, Thank-You all for all your support! You know your really all I have!



White Beard

Piercings
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   Posted 12/1/2009 11:43 AM (GMT -7)   
WB,

If you always handled it wisely, you wouldn't be human. lol.

I'm sure that things here will work themselves out. They always do. Whether they work themselves out they way I want them to or not is a whole other story. But the thing that I always keep in mind is that no matter how unhappy I may be, things will change eventually.

I think you may be right about where you learned to look at yourself. I've had a fair amount of family and friends in the military, and I was a navy wife for a long time. The ones that manage to stay in and retire out either come out good, or a total mess.

And I'm happy to hear that you realize that you need to make sure that you're getting an equitable split in all this. I don't expect that you're gonna be the one to take everything, but yes, you do deserve what you need to be able to get by.

PS...you have it listed to search for you as White Beard on FB, but there's 71 listings. Wanna send me an addy to be able to add you? My email is in my profile here. Thx
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PAlady
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   Posted 12/1/2009 12:15 PM (GMT -7)   
White Beard,
I'm not going to say much, just wanted to offer you hugs for when you return to tell us how it went. Sounds like yesterday with your attorney was brutal enough. I hope after today you do something soothing for yourself!

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bluejet2
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   Posted 12/1/2009 3:37 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Whitebeard:
 
I am sorry that I haven't been around much the last couple of months, I am behind on reading everyone's posts, so this is the first time I've read this one.  I am so sorry that your wife insists on making this difficult, and I am very glad to hear that you are not letting her take advantage of you.  You do not deserve to be treated this way by anyone, especially someone you were married to for 34 years.  I can not imagine the betrayal you must feel.
 
I hope and pray that things were settled fairly this afternoon and that today is the end of this chapter in your life.  I, too, believe that you will find someone that appreciates you, you are a wonderful, kind, caring man and that is not easy to find these days!  And by the way, you do not sound at all like you are feeling sorry for yourself, you sound vulnerable and that can be very sexy!  yeah
 
 

White Beard
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   Posted 12/1/2009 7:39 PM (GMT -7)   
Well as I mentioned yesterday my Lawyer and I went over everything, and in our discussion a fact came to light, I had been in the military close to 6 years (5 years 9months) before my wife and I got married! My military retirement is based the the time I spent in the service and the rank I was at the time of retirement I had 22 years and 4 months so basicly my retirement is 55% of my basic pay as a Master Sergeant with 22 years in the service. With that in mind, the Military says your spouse is entitled to up to 50% of your retirement pay upon divorce. But she doesn't have to get the full 50%.


And then there is the SBP Survivor Benefit Plan which she insist she should be the beneficiary of! The sad thing is in a majority of cases, the divorced spouse usually gets it! Basicly it is an annuity that I have to pay into for 360 months for which my disignated beneficiary will receive 55% of my military retirement, upon my death unless the she remairries before she turns 60. I object to her getting my SBP at all, but at the advicee of my Lawyer, I agreed to keep her as beneficiary of my SBP, if she agreed to instead of her getting 50% of my retirement she will get 50% of her portion based on the percentage of time she was my wife while I was in the military. so out of the 268 months I spent in the Air Force she was my wife for 199 of those months, which is roughtly 74% so 50% of that breaks down to 37% and that is what she will get per month of my military retirement upon finalizing the divorce! Also upon finalizing the divorce she will cash in her 401K retirement plan where she works and and I will get half of it!



It was also agreed that if I can nolonger take care of the house, and I can find some other place to live, she is willing to move back into the house and take over the same payments that I am, and I will pay half of the home owners insurance and property taxes, till the house sells! Our next court date is the 19th of January, at which time occupation of the house will be determined, untill it is sold, if I can't find a place to live, or if I decide I want to stay in the house, I have to make this decision by the 19th as on that date the divorce will be finalized, unless either party backs out and then it will be contested! Other wise this is settled and a done deal! Actually I am rather happy with it, I didn't get everything I wanted but allot more than what I expected! My Lawyer and I was extremely surprised that she and lawyer conceded to the lower percentage of my military retirement for settlement. All this took place in a conference room between us and I didn't even have to testify and we were only before the judge for a few minutes! So if all goes well the 19th of January it will all be done with and over! Best thing that could happen is if we sell the house!



bluejet2 Thank-You for your kind remarks and support it really does mean allot to me!



Piercing Again Thanks for the support, What is an "addy" for FB?



PALady My lawyer and I did allot of work yesterday and it really was not needed! Except for the part about my military service time verses the time we were married. I thought my Lawyer knew all that, but yesterday he jumped on that right away! He said it at the least it bolstered his claim that if she got the SBP she should either pay for it ( by deducting the amount taken out of my retirement per month from her portion of the settlement) or she should get less of a percentage of my military retirement. I said the amount she should get should be based on the percentage of time she was my wife while I was in the military, after all my retirement is based my rank at the time of retirement and on the percentage of time I was in the military! which comes out to 2 1/2% per year with a minimum of 20 years to be able to retire! My Lawyer talked to her Lawyer and we were both really surprised that he went along with it, as so far he had rejected everything we had proposed!



Of course nothing is cast in stone and this could all fall apart by the 19th of January, but I am pretty opitimistic right now!



White Beard

Piercings
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   Posted 12/1/2009 8:40 PM (GMT -7)   
It's not cast in stone. It's only set in Jell-o for the moment.

Sorry to have reverted back to my 'geek speak' tendencies. Too many hours and hours of talking about 'computer stuff.' An addy would the the email address that you use with facebook to identify yourself. When I searched under just "white beard' there were several results and the ones that were not 'private' didn't look like you. I was asking if you were willing to send me an email address to be able to use that as the search criteria. If you're going to send it, you're more than welcome to send it to my email address that I have here on profile.

I'm really glad that the terms are something that you feel that you can live with. It's not easy getting to that stage. Thankfully when I was young and was divorcing a husband of only a couple of years, we were able to sort all of that out fairly easily since we didn't own a lot together and he had no real military benefits since he was discharged from the Navy as an OTH.

Breathe a little and know that you're not only one step closer to being done with this, but that you're probably a few more than just one. If her lawyer was willing to agree to these terms during the negotiations, then you're probably all set.

I'll keep my fingers crossed and my hopes for you that this settles and there doesn't have to be any more infighting.
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   Posted 12/1/2009 10:05 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Whitebeard:

I am so glad that you were able to come to an agreement on several things, and that it has lifted some of the weight off your shoulders. I will be praying that she sticks by your agreement and that the 19th will just be a formality and all will be finalized on that day!

Lorie

PAlady
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   Posted 12/1/2009 10:37 PM (GMT -7)   
White Beard,
I'm so glad thngs are working out at least in a way you can live with. Like others, I hope nothing changes by Jan, except maybe the house sells! But at least you have an option to think about now as to whether you want to stay there and keep it all up or let her manage it.

And for your sake, I'm sure happy today is behind you!

I hope you can sleep tonight!

Hugs,

PaLady

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   Posted 12/2/2009 1:14 AM (GMT -7)   
WhiteBeard,
I'm glad today is over and hope you can get some rest...seems like the worse is over....
and I'll hope your house sells. Lots of soft hugz
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Enlarged Pituitary Gland, Sjogren's, Ocular Migraines, mild carpel tunnel, ect.... "Would be nice if we could use the edit button in real life"...

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bsjaguar
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   Posted 12/2/2009 6:45 AM (GMT -7)   
Glad to hear a agreement was found that you are at least comfortable with. You now have a big decision to make regarding your home but only you can do that, whatever works best for you.

Your such a sweetie White Beard & I can tell from your posts that you are a genuinely good person. Take care and get some rest. You've had a very busy week already.
---Jag---
 
DDD, osteoarthritis, fusion surgeries C-5/7 & L-4/5 both in 2006, torn meniscus left knee 2000 & 2002, buldging disc L-2/3


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   Posted 12/2/2009 7:16 AM (GMT -7)   
    White Beard, I too am happy that thing are looking up for you. Once all is settled, you can begin rebuilding your life again. You have lots of friends here to support you....we all know that you are a wonderful person. My best wishes to you...my friend!
 
     Michael

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   Posted 12/2/2009 9:20 AM (GMT -7)   
Whitebeard.. I thought I would do my last post to you before I go to work. All I can say is "WOW". You are one of the strongest men I have ever met. My husband being the only other one. I KNOW you will come out of this even stronger. You will create a New Normal I fully believe you will.

Laurie
Kidney Diseases and Disorders
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39 yr young female with,
Chronic Kidney Stones, PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease), Chronic Kidney Failure, Severe Hypertension, Urological RSD

Also CHF (Congestive Heart Failure) and Sleep Apnea

Hopefully NO MORE........

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