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I have a great family, but at the same time I'm learning a lot of new things (living alone, college, etc.).
I don't think it's unreasonable to have the outlook you do, but it's really hard to know until you get into that position.
Again, this may be a difference in life perspective. I sure don't live the same way I did when I was 20 either.
And I do see life as a continuum with occasional irreversible breaks along the way -- deaths of loved ones, loss of a job (just went through that one when Mr. If I hadn't gotten fired from a job 14 years ago, I probably never would have met my soulmate Mr. I guess I've had a lot of examples in my life where bad turned into good. Like I said, I think the situation you're in when it happens is a huge factor.
You have to find new ways to perform basic bodily functions.
This was a bad idea because your body needs nutrients and I ended up getting a pressure sore from not having enough nutrients.
Like I said, I think the situation you're in when it happens is a huge factor.
I think the more stability you have the better suited you are to adjust.
I don't know about the other disabilities, no disability is really "good." I know I wouldn't want to have to pick a disability.
If there's something else that you want answered that I missed, just let me know. I'm not all that physically active, and I'm as happy at a quiet gathering as at a noisy party. a 33-year-old married woman probably also makes a difference.