About Me: Female, 48, Templeton, CA, member since May 2010
I'm a 45 yr.old single Mom in Culinary School working on my degree. This is my attempt at a second career and happiness. Just trying to get some insight as to how other people that have had similar surgery are progressing and dealing with the pain that comes along with
[More] age and complications from the procedures I've had. Dr.'s seem to get a bit lazy and clump patients together I feel lately. I feel like I'm in a cattle shoot. I'm reaching out for answers and ideas spurred from hearing others stories, as I want a better life for my 13 yr.old daughter and a life for us. I am still single because I've just alienated myself from relationships because I don't want to be a Debbie Downer. Then when I came out of the really bad parts I found myself alone. The kids suffer too don't forget them. Pain can take over your whole life if you let it. I managed to see this luckily before she got too old.
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