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Aging Sister suffering from pain and isolation. I Need Lots of Advice!
Florence Marcisak (florencemarcisak@yahoo.com)
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kathy Webster (webster.kathy@ensco.com)
I have a 2 year old with CP. My heart aches for you. I say keep calling and letting her know that you are thinking about her just because she is your sis and not because she has CP. And tell her you miss her and have more time and would like to help in anyway you could. Just some ideas. I admire you for trying! I have found that just having my friends and family call and visit does help me be less depressed. Also I joined a parent support group which helps talk about how I feel.
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