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The Forgotten One

Things I am thankful for…..my wife. Not everyone knows what it’s like to be the spouse to someone with chronic migraine, let’s just say it’s not easy. She is required to have superhuman strength, to burden all the weight I cannot carry. She is required to find solutions to all the problems I cannot solve. She is required to financially provide for our family when I cannot contribute. She is required to make our kids happy when she is exhausted but I am a mess. She is NOT required to stand by my side, no matter what, but she does. Thank you, Beth, for being you.

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  • DonnaFA moderator
    2 months ago

    Hi @muckbutt, this is an absolutely beautiful tribute. As a woman, wife and mother, I can tell you that we give for our families, and yes, admittedly, it can be exhausting. But to know that the things we do mean this much to our people makes it worth every effort.

    Wishing you both, and your family, a very happy holiday season. Warmly, Donna (Migraine.com team)

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