About Me: Male, 43, El Paso, TX, member since Nov 2008
my name is scott i have schizophrenia, PTSD, tardive dyskinesia and traumatic brain injury, anxiety panic and mood disorder psychotic disorder, mood disorder, failure to comply with treatment and diabetes. i am in recovery for alcohol & drugs. i have two daughters 19and
[More] 16 i love them both with all my heart. i enjoy movies, sports and music. i am 39 and i am divorced i am also a member of NAMI and a life member of the disabled american veterans.i am a disabled veteran(USAF). this is my dog simba he is my pride & joy i love old english sheep dogs :)
Although man's got a soul but every now or then it behaves like a machine, that needs some repair or simply breaks down all of a sudden. I hope your knee surgery proves a blessing for you to live your life to the fullest. Wish you all the best!
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