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Rabe

Oh Gridley I am so sad for your loss....hand on to the memories you have!💜

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Rabe

hang on to

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Gridley

Thank you so much, Rabe.

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Gridley
1 hour ago, JackieDecides said:

I'm so sorry for your loss. 

 

that makes sense.  

Thanks for dropping by, JackieD.  I appreciate it.

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Rosetta

(((Gridley))). I'm very sorry.

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wantrelief

I am so very sorry about your loss, Gridley.  It makes sense how withdrawal is manifesting as a result of everything you are going through, like what you mentioned on my thread about stress and its impact on symptoms.  I will be thinking about you and am sending you lots of hugs - WR.

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Gridley

I reduced my Melatonin from 1mg to .5mg and am sleeping better.  For me at least, less is better.

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Carmie

Hi Gridley, 

 

How are you doing? I’m really, really sorry about your loss. 

 

Sending hugs🤗

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Gridley

I'm doing pretty well.  Though living so far distant prevented me from seeing family, I was able to make contact with  lot of family electronically, which was good for me.  The emotional blunting that I have from WD was a little bit of a blessing, which I know sounds funny to say.  Thanks for stopping by.

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Sunnyday

Hi Gridley. Just want to say that I'm very sorry about your loss.

 

Also want to say thank you for coming into my thread in the beginning when I was at my worst, it has been worth a lot to me. Glad to hear you're doing okay. Take care.

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Frogie

Gridley:

 

I just read your thread.

 

I am terribly sorry for your loss. 

 

I hope you are doing well.

 

Take care,

Frogie xx

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Carmie
On 11/29/2018 at 11:43 PM, Gridley said:

I'm doing pretty well.  Though living so far distant prevented me from seeing family, I was able to make contact with  lot of family electronically, which was good for me.  The emotional blunting that I have from WD was a little bit of a blessing, which I know sounds funny to say.  Thanks for stopping by.

 

Hi Gridley, 

 

Yes, the electronic age is certainly good for some things. Funny, how anhedonia can sometimes be a blessing from the pain we go through in this life. 

 

I just read the beginning of your thread. So the operation stopped the colitis pain completely. Are you still pain free? Looks like you were originally put on meds because of pain too. It’s amazing that we are now going through this because of originally being in pain. The doctors just thought they might as well add some more pain n suffering on top of what we were already going through.🙄 I’m not in pain anymore either. 

 

I hope you have a nice day, sending much sunshine your way☀️☀️☀️☀️

 

 

 

 

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Rabe

I am so so sorry Gridley....prayers for you and your family!  Hugs Gridley.  💜

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Gridley

Thanks, Rabe and Carmie.

 

Yes, still pain-free.  The operation really was miraculous, and they did it here in Ecuador!

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jozeff

Sorry for your loss Gridley,

 

I hope you will be fine soon.

 

Good to hear your operation went well.

 

Happy healing?

 

 

Jozeff

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Gridley

Thanks, jozeff.  I appreciate your dropping by.

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