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Unread 02-15-2013, 07:24 AM   #31
heidil
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Cynthia/lemonlime - thank you! I t does seem like we have a lot in common. I know my husband is frustrated but he wont talk about things that are bothering him with PD or how he feels - he is fond of saying I can power thru this. I dont think he has come to terms yet with having PD, which is frustrating us both! I KNOW I need to have more patience - that is a struggle for me!! And yes - wine helps tremendously!! We have cut back his meds to .5 mg Azilect and .125mg Mirapex cut in half. He can be his wonderful friendly self to everyone else but I often get the silent treatment - I know its because Ive confronted him about what I call his obsession. But I will definitley try harder to take a back seat on the small things. I know I can only control me and how I react to the situation.
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