Dan361227 karma2013-07-28 04:19:47 UTC
How did it happen?
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Dan36122 karma2013-07-27 02:34:14 UTC
Next nearest one to her is 40 something miles away, but she's had health problems for years. She's been out of work because of various illnesses/diseases for 25 years, and she's proof that despite her negative attitude, it's possible to still live a normal life.
Dan36122 karma2013-07-27 02:13:49 UTC
I appreciate the response. My grandmother started dialysis about 3 years ago, and ever since then she's been extremely depressed. She's been having trouble walking, and my grandfather even purchased a small puppy as a futile attempt to cheer up. I wish you the best man, you don't deserve it, you're a nice guy. I hope you get a kidney, best of luck to you!
Dan36122 karma2013-07-27 01:51:06 UTC
Do you have any advice for current dialysis patients on how to stay positive?
Dan36122 karma2013-07-27 02:44:26 UTC
You can't possibly think it's your fault. Bad things happen to good people, and while physically it might weaken you, it just makes you that much mentally stronger.
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