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She’s very cute. I’m sorry about the situation – families can be so complicated. Sigh.
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@wisco50 Thank you. She's not going to her grandmother this summer ,so I won't be able to skype with her. Her grand mother lives in Chicago and they are live in NY . They are both professors, but my son can't teach because he has a mental illness Bipolar 1. She is a very sasasful (SP) My son told my husband when we visited them when Marlowe was a baby and my son said he would never hold us from seeing Marlowe, but that's what they are doing.
@wisco50 That was so nice of you to think of me while you are in such pain. I am depressive and anxiety complex. I have been very depressed. My husband keeps on picking on me if I accidently bend a little bit, or twist a little bit. With other things it seems like I can't do anything right.
I am so sorry that you are in so much pain and have depression too. I am on Lyrica and Lamactil, which usually really works well for me, but this is a situational depression.
Anyway I know about jaw problems, I take my daughter to Iowa City to see a great dentist for her TMJ. It sounds like you have more than just that, which I'm not understanding. But I just know you are a lot of pain and depression. I wish I could help you! I will think about you and pray for you. Jeanie
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