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Jodi C.
Jodi C.
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Tracey E.
Tracey E.
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Lauren C.
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Lori K.
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Liane W.
Liane W.
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My grandmother

Worst thing ever!

My grandmother had a stroke three years ago today. That was the worst day of my life. She lost her ability to speak and became paralyzed on her right side. She is in a wheelchair and constantly gets pnuemonia and urinary tract infections. She is very depressed and doesn't seem to want to go on. I honestly feel this is a horrible thing to happen to such a vibrant and amazing woman. What a shame there is no cure or reversal method. I question God all the time for doing this to her and this has definitely made me question my faith. I hate this and am so upset and disappointed that this had to happen to her. I guess good people are placed on this earth to endure pain and suffering. Great. Something to look forward to.

 

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