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Re: Life Is A Gamble

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    Jim in Denver
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      Deb:

      I need to apologize for my earlier post to you last week.  The next day I realized I should have not said anything, but once in a while my emotions get the better of me with this damn disease.  I was having a bad time of it that day, mostly with people who were jumping to conclusions about my situation.  As for me,  I have been having issues with some people who think I have zero chance and am going to not going to make it.  So I reacted badly to the recitation of statistics – becuase I have to.  I refuse to be a statistic, and I will fight this with all my energy.  So I was all wound up and took it out on you, which was very unfair. 

      There are many of us here who have been where you are now, both patients and loved ones and each of us has had to figure out their own way forward.  Just about anything disease related goes on MPIP, and the early stage stuff is very difficult for many.  Best wishes to you and Bob – you will get good information and support here from this amazing group of people who have helped me so much these last months – I owe them an apology too.

      Jim in Denver

       

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