Love is the only solution

This guy is amazing. A good reminder…love is the only solution, but it isn’t an immediate fix. Love takes time and only works if you really mean it.

Love is the only solution.

About Casey

Adoption = my life. I'll give it to you straight. Success, failure, truth.

Posted on April 23, 2015, in Adoption, Reblog/Pressed and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. Good find. There is so much wisdom here, we just have to be smart enough to find it.

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  2. Hello friend
    How is your son doing? I pray he is doing much better on the meds and comfortably at home. My hope is he is on road to recovery without any problems.
    Hugs
    M

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    • I think this note might have been to someone else, although I appreciate the check-in very much! Our daughter’s MRI went well, but because she wouldn’t be still for the EEG, we have to spend a day and night in the hospital (sigh) for an observed EEG. They decided against doing it at home since she would likely take the leads off and we’d have no way to replace them. Sooooo…blog fodder. That’s what I call stuff that annoys me. 🙂 It makes me feel better about it, thinking of getting to write about it. 😉 It should be interesting, if nothing else.

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      • Hi friend
        I mixed you up with another ill child. I remember you clearly now. I’m not surprised they had to go test in hospital. Hopefully she’ll cooperate better. I can send you some photos of the 3 day test I had the please of doing. I don’t know if showing her what before would calm or freak out. Never know with kids. You will have your hands full because they want to see the brain waves while in all stages of sleep. msandorm@verizon.net email if you would like to see photos.
        I wish you well and will keep you in my prayers.
        Hugs
        M

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        • No worries. I called one of my friends by the wrong name the other day and there was no way to play it off, because I couldn’t get the right one off my tongue. 🙂 Thanks so much for the offer–I just emailed you!
          Hugs back!
          Casey

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          • Glad to know I’m not alone. 🙂
            M

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            • I think that’s why I like blogging– no one around us has Lupus and few have degenerative diseases (although I have several good friends with MS) and very few people have adopted…I find “my people!” in the blogs. 🙂

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              • My husband doesn’t get the whole blogging thing. I talk about people I’ve met and he looks at me like an alien. I have been changed to house at five years. I had to remind him blogging is the only communication besides him. I think he’s still stuck with the idea the internet is for porn and dating. His loss.
                🙂
                M

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                • Well, in that case you should probably limit his internet time, ha ha. 🙂

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                  • We could both be on couch, watching TV, working on computer and never say a word. I told him tonight it would have been nice to know before we married we both have communication issues. No Reply. Marriage didn’t turn out like I envisioned , some ok others great. I know he loves me. Any man who ask wife to quit her job to take care of my grandparents, is a good man indeed.
                    🙂

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                  • We had those problems too. He probably didn’t answer because he didn’t know what you were implying (“is she getting ready to say divorce?”) or because he simply didn’t have a solution. So…start communicating. 😉 Try leaving him a short note each day, something like, “know what I love about you? The way you (fill in blank here).” Or, “you’re a really great man. I appreciate how (kind) you are.” After a while maybe you’ll get one back. 🙂

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      • I thought of something to prepare for. There is a huge difference between 1 day and 3 days. Mine was done at home so hospital may have better method. They goop your hair for the probes to get as close to scalp. I had a couple in front part of head and it hurt so bad when they take the probes off. It pulls your hair, plenty out and my forehead had slightly torn skin. I know it sounds terrible, the thought of a child going thru is hard to swallow. I’m of the school the more you know the better prepared.
        You’ll have to excuse me I have Lyme Disease and cognitive challenged. What prompted the mission of test? I would take her MRI going well as a good sign.
        Take care and breath.
        M

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        • No problem–I have Lupus and sometimes that puts me in a fog, too. Memory issues stink.

          She has some odd behaviors that could stem from PTSD but also could come from seizures, so they’re trying to rule the seizure activity out.

          Good advice–I just took a big breath! 🙂
          C

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  3. Amazing story. Thanks for sharing.

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