braeica264 karma2012-01-09 17:57:31 UTC
I have two adopted sons with RAD and those first couple of years can get rough. You ever need somebody who's been there to ask questions or talk to, drop me a line.
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braeica26 karma2018-07-10 13:37:51 UTC
I was diagnosed with ARDS at 16 after a traumatic illness (not flu, but I did the induced coma thing too). That was 21 years ago and things got so much better. If they're willing to let you work with a PT on an exercise program that gives you a chance to build tolerance, take them up on that. You've got good things in your future!
braeica12 karma2014-07-13 00:17:58 UTC
That diamond is simultaneously awesome and completely crazy.
braeica8 karma2014-07-12 21:32:58 UTC
How often do you see trilliant cut center stones? I had a designer refuse to send a band with a trilliant mount for me because they said it would be ugly (according to my jeweler). My jeweler laughed his ass off at that, ordered it anyways and did a custom job on the mount for the trilliant diamond instead. The finished ring is absolutely amazing.
braeica4 karma2014-12-26 22:54:14 UTC
I'm sorry to hear you were stuck in the middle of an unhealthy situation, though you seem to have handled it and moved on like a total boss. Poly can work in a healthy way for other people, though. Please don't let that particular situation color how you think of all of us.
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