You deserve a big bear hug! I am so sorry you have been so unwell. I do hope you are feeling better now. I know how difficult it is to be positive.
Thank you for the kind comments about my photos.
Big hug. Take care,
I can sympathize, not feeling well can make you down. There is a really great Dr I have who said if we didn't feel down he would be worried with what we go thru. I sure hope you feel better.! Physically I am doing better. A lot of the meds I was on made me so tired...I am so glad I don't take them now.
Both my sister and sister in law have cancer, not much chance of surviving it. So I am pretty sad about that.
I am doing OK thanks......Depression is horrible but something that you can work through with a good drug therapy along with counselling. Being on here talking with others that understand helps as well. I hope you feel better soon.....
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