thank you redrobin,
i will focus on my heart beating for him until the doctors help his heart be well. poor girlfriend. for her i send energy filled with compassion and peace.
when you have contact with her tell her all of us are here sending our special brand of healing love to her and her hubby.
I too send all of my love and best wishes to them both. I received all of this lately from my family here and it helped me tremendously. Big gentle ((((((((hugs)))))))). It's good to know he is in the right place now though, he will get all the care and attention needed to bring him through.
I have had two heart attacks myself and heart surgery, so I will be here if needed for any questions Linda might have.
Thanks for letting us know.
I am not a medical doctor, I only speak from my own experience of the illnesses I discuss here.
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it is so frustrating to have a friend in need and not be able to contact her. we are here sending love, healing energy and compassion for our family member and her husband.
i am delighted you both found us.
not fighting is the aspect of this site that i find comforting, uplifting and fun.
linda knows we are here for her and her hubby. just like family comes running we come running to the aid of our sister and her beloved husband. we may not know our sisters face, however we know her heart, her mind, and her fears.
Hi everyone, Thank you so much for your kind thoughts and prayers. Cliff had two stents put in and is doing well, the Dr. said he had minimal damage, the attack hit the lower back of his heart, which according to the DR. is the best place to have an attack if you are going to have one. He has to take it easy for a month and than will go into cardio rehab. He came home today.
Thanks Robin for posting of our need. You can just bet I am in flare, but I will get through it as always.
Myofascal pain syndrome
Arthritis, cervical and thorastic
HOORAY! so delighted for both of you. now that you know honey has a new improved heart you can relax and breath.
those tiny stents are amazing. i know a couple of fellas with them and they are doing great.
just think of all the hugs you can give each other for years to come.