Just want to let you know we are thinking of you and Michael. Please check in when u can. I know this board is very supportive. You have come so far with making healthy choices, and I encourage you to continue on that path. It will help you cope with all the stressors.
**Sitting nearby with Kleenex, if you need it, open arms for some big hugs, and whispered prayers for you and your family.**
Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. - Albert Einstein
Dear Kim, We are thinking of you regularly. Don't ever think we don't care. We are giving you space to deal with Michael's illness. I want you to visualize our prayers and thoughts upholding you, comforting you and strengthening you. When you feel really down, I would recommend that you read the Psalms. When David was running from Saul and Saul was seeking to kill him, David wrote some anguished prayers to God. Some Psalms are anguished prayer and some are full praise of God. Both will help in your situation.
May God bless you,
Smoochies, Sharon CW 207 SW 265 GW 130 I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.-Philippians 4:13
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