A Break For My Loved Ones

Posted by Connie on Tuesday, February 26th, 2008 at 11:42 am and is filed under Chronic Illness, Loving Life.
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I wanted to do this post before beginning my series on the stages of grief. This is something I want to share to show that life does indeed go on and does so successfully even with multiple chronic illnesses.

I have been blessed with a loving and caring family, friends and church family. Some of my friends are from the internet, either from blogging or from forums or groups.

Although I have had rough times with my health and of course still do, I know that I can call on these people for help. All I need to do is ask for a favor and do it without any feelings of guilt. When I’m not down and out I can try to return the favor. If I can’t exactly return it I can pray for them, or call them to lift their spirits if they’re feeling down, etc.

Having love in my life is one of the most important things I need. My babydolls are there for me and show me care and concern that money can’t buy. God has truly blessed me.

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  1. It is great to have friends you can count on being there for you. Even if they live many miles away from you, you know they care.

    Shirley’s last blog post..Random Act Of Kindness

    comment by Shirley — February 27, 2008 @ 6:09 pm
  2. It’s good that you realise how much you have been blessed by God.

    Most people pray for blessings, and when they do actually get them, they look away from God

    Michael Aulia’s last blog post..February 2008 Traffic Statistics

    comment by Michael Aulia — March 2, 2008 @ 6:29 pm
  3. Hi,
    hopped over to your blog. stop by mine sometime.

    comment by chronic chick — March 4, 2008 @ 10:47 pm
  4. According to a researcher, prayer/faith has been proven to keep someone healthier. That’s because, those who have strong faith, tend to think more positively.

    And of course you need to be surrounded by your loved ones to give you endless support.

    So don’t give up!

    Haney’s last blog post..Food Depends On Your Mood?

    comment by Haney — March 5, 2008 @ 4:49 am
  5. Even though you have multiple disabilities, you are blessed with your family and people around you who care. I’m concerned for myself, because I won’t be able to have a family of my own. So after my parents pass away, I will practically be alone for at least 20 years.

    But then, what’s the use of worrying now…

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    comment by Michael — March 8, 2008 @ 12:52 pm
  6. Diabetes Support Group…

    Your blog makes very interesting reading. I’m sure others will think so too I look forward to reading their comments….

    trackback by Diabetes Support Group — March 24, 2008 @ 5:57 am

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