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Re: anger after stroke

Re: anger after stroke

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Posted by Sam Morrow on July 20, 2000 at 19:07:29:

In Reply to: anger after stroke posted by mm on July 20, 2000 at 17:17:12:

mm:

I had a stroke July 21, 1999. Tomorrow is my strokeaversary. I am real ticked off today. I just got turned down for a job, for about the 10th time in the last 6 months. Not to mention the 100's of jobs that I've applied for, and haven't heard back from them. I'm frustrated and angry beyond belief. I am 28 years old married for 6 years with 2 kids. All of the sudden I can't land a job, even with a college degree. Nobody wants to take a chance. I think anger is unavoidable. I don't know where to turn anymore. SSI turned me down, they turn everyone down though. i'm still waiting for something positive to happen from this stroke, but nothing has. I'm real down, because I remember promising myself I'd be working by my 1 year anniversary. Well, back to the drawing board.


: I had a stroke in Jan, at age 27. It is now July I just celebrated my six month strokeaverssary. I am at a stage where I am very mad that this has happened to me,. I am fortunate that I am OK physically, I have only a slight blind spot in my left eye Some days I just get very angry that this has happened. I ask why me? I'm not trying to be a pity case but it really does make me mad that I will always have to have this stroke thing follow me around. I'll always have to check that little box on a medical form __ have you or a family member ever suffered a stroke!! YES!!! It;s also hard that I have a new husband who is wonderful yet I am not myself anymore. I was married for only four months before the stroke happened. Some days I get very emotional sort of like a Jekyll and Hyde thing. I read that this happens to people who have had a stroke. Any truth to this? Oh well I just wanted to know if it is normal to have angry feelings and will they eventually subside. I guess one can only hope.




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