Thread: My Stroke
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Old 12-06-2012, 03:59 PM   #17
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Re: My Stroke

My answer is that I am more of a beeeaach now and have a ton of animosity towards my boss because of the way I have been treated AND lack of understanding of what I am going through. I have picked up on remarks such as "just a mini stroke" and it makes me have bad thoughts and NO respect for this person.

I am typically a very nurturing and caring person before and after the stroke. I still go over and beyond to help ppl. I am tender hearted. If I had a second career i would volunteer my time at a nursing home. This was something I did at a very young age. I helped care for an elder lady when I was 13 until i was old enough to get a real job.

I will agree that life does take on a new meaning and the smallest things are appreciated more than ever! As I have said many times.....I AM thankful.

 
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