About Me: Female, 39, amherst, OH, member since Jun 2010
i am a mother of 7 beautiful children each one with their own little quirks.we deal with bipolar,adhd,asperger autistic,psuedotumor,asthma,cervical cancer cells,gifted,depression,high blood pressure,diabettes,cholesterol,thyroid, severe sensory issue,cerebral palsey,an
[More]d chiari malformation.definately keeps me busy.on my free time i enjoy scouts,ballet,basketball,soccer,andscrabooking
Just read ur post. What sort of games is he playing? He had acted so reserved at this last visit with me that I had felt almost like he scheduled me so far out just to shut me up but wasn't really planning to go through with it. They said they don't put it in the computer until closer to the date which worried me.
Any of your thoughts are so greatly appreciated. So sorry you and your family are going through this too. Good luck
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