Super Mario Posted February 4, 2018 Share Posted February 4, 2018 Today it is 14 years since my brain decided to play silly devils. After an initial struggle to come to terms with what had happened and many months of recovery I now have a good life. It may have knocked my sense of balance and memory off kilter but I look on it as doing me a big favour in the long term. Positive thoughts. Yes, I know I have to use a walking frame but that hasn't stopped me enjoying life, I look on it as my bit of independence. I was unable to go back to my profession due to the balance problems but I eventually made a new life for myself that I enjoy. Unable to do most of my housework (something I hated but necessary) I now have a cleaner. In fact I do very little in the house. I spend most of my time doing things I enjoy doing. I can travel when I want, no adhering to a set holiday routine and I do love to travel, exploring different cultures, Europe only though because of insurance costs, but so what, I am following a dream of my younger years. Initially I thought that the SAH was the end of the world, my opinion on that gradually changed and I now see it as a positive event in most ways. The message here is, look on the positive and not the negative. Your life is what you make it in spite of possible difficulties, there is always a way round them. I have gone on to make a good life for myself, you can too. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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