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Reply was posted 01/31/2002 09:07 am by Barbara/Ky
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What a great attitude! That in itself will help you get through a lot of the stuff that will come up in the next few weeks. Nobody can really say WHEN, that is for you to determine... just give yourself a chance to heal internally and externally...and just go with the flow. My husband works outside (construction) - had his whipple 11/15/01 and returned to work (lite duty - no heavy lifting or normal[for him] exertion) on 01/21/02. He comes home exhausted, like he ran a marathon, when he actually 'just' drove a fork-lift or power washed the mud off of a side walk. He amazes me and I worry that he has returned to work too soon, but working makes him happy, so he feels more like his life is back pre pc. Good wishes and prayers to you.

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