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This made me lol a lot, as I have no left hand your pretty much spot on! How well could you all cope with that?

 

Funny you should ask.

 

Without getting into "who is worst off" I am coping with a minor heart attack leading to a bleed in the brain which in turn caused a major stroke.

On a daily basis

I cope with general right side weakness and movement

I cope with dyspraxia

I cope with diplopia

I cope with an endless round of doctors prodding and poking

I cope with a cocktail of 8 medications per day

I coped with having my driving licence suspended for over a year because of the stroke

I sympathise with your injury and I am pleased you seem to have coping strategies that are working for you.

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Funny you should ask.

 

Without getting into "who is worst off" I am coping with a minor heart attack leading to a bleed in the brain which in turn caused a major stroke.

On a daily basis

I cope with general right side weakness and movement

I cope with dyspraxia

I cope with diplopia

I cope with an endless round of doctors prodding and poking

I cope with a cocktail of 8 medications per day

I coped with having my driving licence suspended for over a year because of the stroke

I sympathise with your injury and I am pleased you seem to have coping strategies that are working for you.

 

Yer but..... I can't pat my head and rub my belly.... no wait.... swim in a straight line.... err... use a wheelchair or crutches .... dang you win :cursing::cursing::awink:

 

We all have a thing and a coping strategy, mine is mainly a sick sense of humour, yours maybe the most prepared and ready aerial rescue team, either way we never know when an accident is going to happen and by that point it's probably too late.

 

Treequip sounds like you got the shitty end of the stick, but deal with it, I tip an overly priced helmet to you sir

Stay safe brother.

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Funny you should ask.

 

Without getting into "who is worst off" I am coping with a minor heart attack leading to a bleed in the brain which in turn caused a major stroke.

On a daily basis

I cope with general right side weakness and movement

I cope with dyspraxia

I cope with diplopia

I cope with an endless round of doctors prodding and poking

I cope with a cocktail of 8 medications per day

I coped with having my driving licence suspended for over a year because of the stroke

I sympathise with your injury and I am pleased you seem to have coping strategies that are working for you.

 

I was going to say im coping with cracked ribs but then i read your reply and well...you've put us all to shame.

Hope you get well mate

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