This sucks

I am alone and feel like I’m falling apart. We are both emotionally unstable and I am chronically ill. My beautiful girls are basically living with my parents right now while I am prostrate and in grief. What will become of us?

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11 thoughts on “This sucks

  1. I had this bad feeling that you may be in hospital. I am so sorry. I love you. You are tough, intelligent, a great spouse, mother….you will be able to do this and get back to those girls when you are able to. They will be okay too. What can I do to help?

  2. We will make it through this I’m being forced outta the state due to my own med situation LadyMigraine so I’m sure we can stay strong together I’ve given out my email but in case you don’t have it migrainediscussion@gmail.com or tweet me @mff181 for rapid responses heck or comment on an article.

    You are a fighter, a strong woman, and someone I care about deeply so please if you’d like to talk just contact me and we can even chat by phone if that’s easier for you right now! I wish you the very best and hope you cheer up ssoon, you are never alone we are all here for you!

  3. I am not currently in the hospital, though John is. However AFTER I wrote this post and called my wonderful, understanding doctor for help today, he told me through a receptionist and then a nurse that he can no longer treat me as a migraine patient, that there is “nothing more he can do for me” which is total bullshit. I am totally blindsided. He has helped me more than anyone ever has. My dad is going to try to advocate for me there but if it doesn’t work… I give up. I don’t know what to do or where to go and won’t be able to properly care for myself, my children… Dr. Power was my Last Good Thing enabling to cling to a shred of positivity.

  4. So Michael and Jen, your rebloggings are appreciated and needed, if for a slightly different reason – that my caregiver is hospitalized and I’ve been abandoned by a doctor I trusted and adored. Thank you for the support, thank you so so much.

    • Thank you, loves. I am going to be able to write a post soon. Things are improving slowly. When my dad called my doctor’s office, it had been “a misunderstanding” ~ he would still treat me, of course, they’d just been told they could no longer treat my acute pain with injections as they occasionally had been. I don’t know who told them. (I did find out that one of my major meds, DHE, is no longer available to me, which is a huge blow to my home treatment plan.) But john is doing better, we made it through the holiday… thank you so much for the support. xoxo

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