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  • Anonymous
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      Sorry to here about your troubles, I can’t say things will get better at least not for a while. The effect Graves did on my life is total devisation. I lost my husband (it needed to happen anyway), lost my house, my job, I was 10 weeks from graduating with my BS and its gone, I was a witch to my children and I lost my self. Now I can’t work but I can’t get SSDI (I’m tring), I can’t pay my rent, I beg for food at the food pantry, I go weeks at a time without milk or meat to eat. I have 2 kids age 16 and 10. Currently my son has grown so fast that he does not have one single pair of jeans. I borrow money from my daughter all the time and I never can pay her back. I can’t get food stamps because I still own my own car (the only thing I have left) I really have nothing but a pile of bills but I already went bankrupt, so I’m stuck with them and the excessive student loans from the college I was to sick to graduate from. Things are pretty shitty but I still have faith that thing will work out. Funny thing is that I can’t even say I have my health as most people reduce it to. I also are with everyone the way Graves disease is treated is barbarick(SP).

      Anonymous
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        On my way home from the NGDF conference, I stopped at this wonderful outlet mall! One of the things I bought was Joan Rivers’ book, BOUNCING BACK I’VE SURVIVED EVERYTHING…AND I MEAN EVERYTHING…AND YOU CAN TOO.

        I’m about halfway through it now, and it has made me laugh and cry all at the same time! I’d highly recommend a trip to a library to check out a copy! It is a wonderful read for anyone dealing with lots of adversity in their lives!

        Cindy

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