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dgoodw83 posted:
went out with my husband yesterday for his birthday n had a good time despite the pain i was in. tried to show him a good time n not complain that i was in pain, i'm paying for it today. been in the bed all day, was suppose to cook him dinner today but that was canceled due to my pain and fatigue. some days i get upset because he don't understand that i want to do stuff everyday but can't.
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xperky responded:
We do seem to pay for our good deeds! I feel it's important to risk a flare to do some of the more important things for our loved ones. We have to plan around the fact that we will pay the next day, or more...

I hope you can rest and repair a while. You did a good thing.
With Compassion,
Margaret
 
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annette030 replied to xperky's response:
Ditto what she said, lol. It is so important to me to go on living, I do plan days to recover as needed and I am blessed to have a dear spouse who understands.

Take care, Annette
 
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dgoodw83 responded:
ty you both i stayed in the bed sat and sun and today is not a good day either feel like the pain is all over
 
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xperky replied to dgoodw83's response:
Give yourself some time. I created a flare of my own recently and it took a solid week of down time to finally feel some improvement.

Try to move a little bit around the house instead of staying in bed. The bed is one of my most painful places to be! Gentle stretching may help you while you rest.

Times like these I'm picking up my latest crochet/knit project. Do you have a hobby you enjoy that's not too physical?
With Compassion,
Margaret


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