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Re: Why are people grateful to be alive?

Posted by emmanuel98 on March 6, 2012, at 18:47:56

In reply to Re: Why are people grateful to be alive?, posted by Phillipa on March 6, 2012, at 10:03:50

Husband, daughter, friends, students, p-doc and therapist, nice home, two kittens, AA meetings and friends. A lot actually. My body isn't what it was (I'm mid-50s), but I still exercise and walk and do things without pain. I'm in pretty good shape. My husband is nearing 60 and is in excellent shape. Not what he was at 30, but still biking and lifting weights. My p-doc is 72 and still runs and lifts weights and is very active and engaged.

There are always things to be grateful for. Sometimes I have to remind myself though, because I can get sucked down into horrible, dark moods.




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