Thanks for the note and your kind words. Our stories are so very similar - and our anger is so real. When you have time we'll talk about the anger and how to deal with it - it's a killer too. My heartaches for you. I too am on SSD and Medicare. Yes, we are second class citizens. Some days I want to scream - "I count too." All the years I worked my hinney off and contributed to this society - it doesn't matter any more, at least to some ppl. Let's chat soon. Don't forget your input and support IS important and very appreciated here.
Just note to say hi! I was absent from the Pain Mgmt Forum for a few years but certainly was here when you joined MH is 2010. I don't know how I missed knowing you and your horrific pain situation. My heart goes out to you. I commented to you after one of your replies in the PM Forum. I hope you'll join us. You have much to share and I'm hopeful you'll find some support - and maybe some good information. We learn from one another.
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