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  • daniellam01daniellam01 Posts: 2,529Member Member Posts: 2,529Member Member
    I have migraines very often, any suggestions?

    I would go to the chriopractor. It helps. Maybe a massage could help too. If I could give you a massage 😉😏
  • FinishiitnowFinishiitnow Posts: 585Member Member Posts: 585Member Member
    dlbohl1991 wrote: »
    I’m constantly worried about spending enough time with my kids...

    I relate to this. and since I don't get to see my son every single day, I feel guilt in some ways. try to create good memories with them and that is what they will remember... moments, not minutes, this is what I tell myself :)<3

    Same here!!!!
  • Bullet_with_Butterfly_WingsBullet_with_Butterfly_Wings Posts: 5,481Member Member Posts: 5,481Member Member
    dlbohl1991 wrote: »
    I’m constantly worried about spending enough time with my kids...

    I relate to this. and since I don't get to see my son every single day, I feel guilt in some ways. try to create good memories with them and that is what they will remember... moments, not minutes, this is what I tell myself :)<3

    Same here!!!!

    It sucks not being able to kiss their little faces every single day :disappointed:
  • CoffeeAndContourCoffeeAndContour Posts: 1,448Member Member Posts: 1,448Member Member
    After reading these posts I just want to give everyone a hug.
  • daniellam01daniellam01 Posts: 2,529Member Member Posts: 2,529Member Member
    I wanna give kisses and hugs
  • FinishiitnowFinishiitnow Posts: 585Member Member Posts: 585Member Member
    dlbohl1991 wrote: »
    dlbohl1991 wrote: »
    I’m constantly worried about spending enough time with my kids...

    I relate to this. and since I don't get to see my son every single day, I feel guilt in some ways. try to create good memories with them and that is what they will remember... moments, not minutes, this is what I tell myself :)<3

    Thank you! I am a recovering addict and alcoholic and up until July 14th when I got off probation and my deferred judgment took it off my record, I was a convicted felon. From the age of 4-8 my daughter didn’t have any contact with me. Within the past three years I’ve fought and gotten my visitation back with her, and gotten custody of my son on top of a list of other things. I think like you said I have a sense of guilt from not being a father to her for four years. I have her every other weekend and try to make the most out of it. Sorry for spilling on the thread guys lol just venting

    No need to apologize for venting. I think most people here have no issue lending an ear and it can be cathartic to get these things off your chest. Congratulations on staying clean and sober and reclaiming your life! You may have lost some time that you will never get back... but I believe in second chances. It's never too late to turn your life around... Despite your rough past you serve as a good example to your kids because you have battled addiction to become he man they need you to be. I don't even know you but, proud of you, kid.

    Lovely note!! Tears came to my eyes while I was reading ii
  • Alia_RAlia_R Posts: 405Member, Premium Member Posts: 405Member, Premium Member
    Sometimes I think about my job and how it’s a little morbid to celebrate the greatest gift anyone could receive and yet, it was given at the ultimate cost. But at the same, I couldn’t be more happier - There are many people out there that get a second chance at life. It goes to show that we can’t take anything for granted. Life is precious. You only get 1.
    edited July 18
  • FinishiitnowFinishiitnow Posts: 585Member Member Posts: 585Member Member
    Alia_R wrote: »
    Sometimes I think about my job and how it’s a little morbid to celebrate the greatest gift anyone could receive and yet, it was given at the ultimate cost. But at the same, I couldn’t be more happier - There are many people out there that get a second chance at life. It goes to show that we can’t take anything for granted. Life is precious. You only get 1.

    You girls are very inspired today!!! I am feeling each words you are saying.
  • mattig89chmattig89ch Posts: 1,987Member Member Posts: 1,987Member Member
    My favorite color is neon red
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 9,951Member, Premium Member Posts: 9,951Member, Premium Member
    Back in the olden days I was a
    Brownie and then a Girl Scout.
    I remember earning the badges and going to camp and singing Kumbaya, lol.

    Last night I was trying to think of all the useful things I learned earning those badges other than identifying poisonous snakes indigenous to OK.

    I couldn't think of anything. :o
    Finally I remembered one thing.

    Put a roll of toilet paper in a metal coffee can, pour a bottle of rubbing alcohol into the toilet paper saturating it.
    Light it and you have a cooktop hot enough to cook a small meal.

    45yrs later and I've never needed it!
    Hahaha! :smiley:
  • kevinflemming1982kevinflemming1982 Posts: 159Member Member Posts: 159Member Member
    45yrs later and I've never needed it!
    Probably a good thing, to be fair. :D But you remembered it and who knows, you might have a spare bog roll while out on an adventure and fancy a small cooked meal.
  • dlbohl1991dlbohl1991 Posts: 788Member Member Posts: 788Member Member
    @honeybee__12 I’ll be your friend I’m all the way in Northern Iowa tho lol keep your head up you’re pretty legit from what I’ve seen
  • mattig89chmattig89ch Posts: 1,987Member Member Posts: 1,987Member Member
    Back in the olden days I was a
    Brownie and then a Girl Scout.
    I remember earning the badges and going to camp and singing Kumbaya, lol.

    Last night I was trying to think of all the useful things I learned earning those badges other than identifying poisonous snakes indigenous to OK.

    I couldn't think of anything. :o
    Finally I remembered one thing.

    Put a roll of toilet paper in a metal coffee can, pour a bottle of rubbing alcohol into the toilet paper saturating it.
    Light it and you have a cooktop hot enough to cook a small meal.

    45yrs later and I've never needed it!
    Hahaha! :smiley:

    Nice! can I ask how far you got in the girl scouts? I'm an Eagle Scout myself.
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 9,951Member, Premium Member Posts: 9,951Member, Premium Member
    mattig89ch wrote: »
    Back in the olden days I was a
    Brownie and then a Girl Scout.
    I remember earning the badges and going to camp and singing Kumbaya, lol.

    Last night I was trying to think of all the useful things I learned earning those badges other than identifying poisonous snakes indigenous to OK.

    I couldn't think of anything. :o
    Finally I remembered one thing.

    Put a roll of toilet paper in a metal coffee can, pour a bottle of rubbing alcohol into the toilet paper saturating it.
    Light it and you have a cooktop hot enough to cook a small meal.

    45yrs later and I've never needed it!
    Hahaha! :smiley:

    Nice! can I ask how far you got in the girl scouts? I'm an Eagle Scout myself.

    I turned 12yrs old and no longer cared about anything but boys. :blush:

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