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    #46
    Originally posted by pfcs49 View Post
    Agree!(about democrats rant)
    Otherwise, all of this is greatly pertinent to how do you deal with a spinal injury
    I agree!

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      #47
      Scottc4/5
      Some story , near incredible you're doing a~ 5 year bed stint?
      No way

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        #48
        Originally posted by SCIfor55+yrs View Post
        I have a hard time buying into the afterlife thing. It conjures up pictures of God collecting and playing with souls like a child with a Barby doll collection. On the other hand, belief in a final judgement day during which the bastards of the world get their due helps to keep me sane.
        Interesting concept, that judgement thing, definitely doesn't work as a deterrent for the "bastards" though

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          #49
          Originally posted by Tim C. View Post
          Scottc4/5
          Some story , near incredible you're doing a~ 5 year bed stint?
          No way
          The skin on my butt is so thin that it tears from a large fart. Plus the fact that my stepdad's health has been too poor to assist with getting in my chair. He recently had open heart surgery and if his health improves and my ass heals, I might be able to get up again. And so it goes...

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            #50
            I dont think it should be moved, for some religion is how they have coped. I am thankful and grateful to only be a para , happened at age 54. I think being older the fears are greater. We use to goto Mexico and dive every year. Now I am afraid to go on a plane, in part due to worry about damage to my chair and then depending on help from others to get into the pool or to go out in a boat and all the help I would need. I have never liked being the center of attention. As for religion I have given up on it.. things in my life have only gotten harder and not seeing my purpose in life. I know I have it a lot better than many on here. But this is the worst thing that has happened in my life. I have chronic pain in my neck and shoulder and am bipolar. Still force my self up each day. I have never let my mind or body be an excuse for not getting up. I get up each day believing today will be a good day and hopefully better than yesterday. Sci sucks But it is better than the alternative

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              #51
              Originally posted by Scott C4/5 View Post
              The skin on my butt is so thin that it tears from a large fart. Plus the fact that my stepdad's health has been too poor to assist with getting in my chair. He recently had open heart surgery and if his health improves and my ass heals, I might be able to get up again. And so it goes...
              bed prisoner of war:
              amazing , here I thought a lot of myself by beating double pneumonia nine times with half a diaphragm and tubes all over the place. Each time I got out of the hospital with an inch of life but knew I had to get out or I would not last another day .
              Scott, do you realize you are one incredible person? That alone is the mark of a survivor in the truest sense !

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                #52
                titanium,
                I thought the organ question was perfectly in keeping and reasonable to ask on this such a topic , The mushroom analogy is clever however I don’t see how it’s not relative ?
                Certainly it was once tantamount to my happiness.

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                  #53
                  Originally posted by Tim C. View Post
                  bed prisoner of war:
                  amazing , here I thought a lot of myself by beating double pneumonia nine times with half a diaphragm and tubes all over the place. Each time I got out of the hospital with an inch of life but knew I had to get out or I would not last another day .
                  Scott, do you realize you are one incredible person? That alone is the mark of a survivor in the truest sense !
                  The only incredible thing about me is that I haven't learned to kill people (fuck-nuts) with my thoughts, because I have been practicing for a long time. Every time I see daylight it seems like someone or some-thing sets me back to the start. If it weren't for my sense of humor, I would either be dead or in prison (for hiring someone to kill the fuck-nuts).

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                    #54
                    Originally posted by Scott C4/5 View Post
                    The only incredible thing about me is that I haven't learned to kill people (fuck-nuts) with my thoughts, because I have been practicing for a long time. Every time I see daylight it seems like someone or some-thing sets me back to the start. If it weren't for my sense of humor, I would either be dead or in prison (for hiring someone to kill the fuck-nuts).
                    Definitely you have tougher skin than you think

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