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$3,000-$4,000 a month - would we have enough money to live in Poland?


inkrakow 1 | 98
26 Nov 2011 #271
I'm sorry to hear about your troubles and I hope that the next year is a better one for you. I don't know if this will help but I saw a really interesting talk about phantom pain a while ago - maybe it could help you too...

ted.com/talks/vilayanur_ramachandran_on_your_mind.html
blog.ted.com/2008/03/21/phantom_limb_pa
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,437
26 Nov 2011 #272
thanks for the update. I hope everything goes well this year for you:). Sounds like you had a very eventful year, but I also feel that you level of acceptance is pretty high.
Wedle 16 | 496
26 Nov 2011 #273
AS YOU HAVE JUST READ, YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT THE NEXT YEAR HOLDS FOR YOU!

Thanks for your story, honesty is a rare quality theses days, the measure of a man is how they handle themselves with dignity during difficult times. I recently watched a TV news release about injured soldiers returning from war zones who have lost limbs, I was very much humbled by the positive attitude for life of these young men. It really is quite pathetic how everyone has lost sight of what is important in life, back to basics- simple life. Living a life with the loss of ones limb/s I am sure takes acceptance, although nature has her way of adjusting. If you are going on long walks each day consider a dog, a great companion and a reason to continue the walks every day.

Gods speed.


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