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Caring for my husband as a disabled person
I have alzhymers arthritis and fibtomialgea and quite a few allergys but my main concern is my wounderfull hubby of 35 years who has terminal lung disease he's sick at the min and may need to go back into hospital I'm worred sick and feel lost, we have 5 children and 11 grandchildren and I have a couple of friends that are supportive so I have a good group of people around me but at night when I'm sat up in bed watching my lovely hubby sleep as best he can that's when I feel at my lowest but I just get on with it I do now understand when people say you can feel loanly in a croud hope you are all as well as posable take very good care of yourselves x
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