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  • my own worse enemy. ..myself

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    10 posts, 7 voices, 944 views, started Jul 14, 2010

    Posted on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 by Cheekymonkey




    • heartheartheart I at the fantastic age of 46 have had my rollercoaster ride. I finally figured it out! I really have accomplished alot but if you want some details go to my blog. What is they most important thing us I am no longer putting up road blocks form me to be happy and the great thing is. I AM VERY VERY. HAPPY.
      so,basically. I found myself and that’s a huge accomplishment, even better is I like me and I’m good at being me!! Read my blog and you’ll under stand more about me heartbreak

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          Mztracy wrote Jul 14, 2010
        • I think most people live on that roller-coaster we call life.  

          I think you, like many others women here have made it and survived.

          We find that inner strength, somehow, and put her to work.  

          A quote I made a few years ago:
          “We all have issues, it’s how we handle them that shows who we are” tmr 2007

          Kudos to you for surviving!



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          Cheekymonkey wrote Jul 14, 2010
        • heartheart that’s a great quote! Maybe I expressed myself wrong. I think. .. what I ment was my accomplishment in the last 40 plus years. ..well was me. That without going into it (again) lol that I stopped being my worse road block to happiness. Even though I will never forget. ..I gave up the hate, the anger along time ago.
          I realized it was my fault as well. well anyway my point sorry was my accomplishment wasn’t school, work ect. It was me. I stopped being my own worse enemy. Did I make any sence? I hope so.
          thank you by the. Way
          U to lazy Lola, it is really nice u two seem to have a kind word or advice for me.
          That is really amazing and I appreciate it please don’t stop lol lol estaticestaticestaticheart



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          Mztracy wrote Jul 14, 2010
        • You expressed yourself perfectly! You accomplished so much and should be proud at how you have handled it.

          School and work, to me, are not so much accomplishments.

          Living with my MS and having a family and going on with life is my greatest accomplishment[s].  

          You blog is right on!



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          Cheekymonkey wrote Jul 17, 2010
        • heart heartmztracy, you have accomplished more for yourself than alot of people would understand. I hope that I’m not out of line and I do not want to insult anyone. But ms isn’t defining you as I see it. Your a strong person with an understanding of hurdles in life. My mother who I miss and love let ms define her she didn’t try to remove or go around the hurdles. She forgot the person she was and I don’t sence that from you. In no way am I minimizing any hurdles you or your family go through in fact quite the opposite. Your a strong voice when some of us forget ours. That is my take and I know I am new to our site but by a lot of your posting that’s what I take away. We are lucky. heart



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          Mztracy wrote Jul 17, 2010
        • TY for those words.

          I think it was the times for your mom when she was diagnosed. There was not as much hope or help for those with MS. Back then there was no where for her to turn and there was not nearly as much information as there is now. I’m sure she dealt with it as best she knew how with what they had to offer her then.  

          I think much of your strength comes from your mom in some way, more than you know.
          heartheartheart



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          Linni wrote Jul 17, 2010
        • heartheart



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