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Not Doing Well Emotionally

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Sandsurfgirl: I understand very well your feelings... a bit frustrated because all the things you have missed due to the celiac disease... from experience I can tell you that one fo the things that can help you is "acting upon those feelings"... try to do the things that you have missed over the years and try to enjoy them NOW, the past is the past... we can do things only for the present.

In my case, I was diagnosed with celiac disease 8 months ago, after 11 years of a stomach pain that would not let me sleep and that had me in a fatigue state all day and night... the vacations I had with my family (wife and 3 kids 6,5 and 4 years old) I took for them even though I was always tired and in pain... during the last 8 months I have get to known the joy of being with my family again, I took already 2 trips to the beach and we will be in Disneyland in 2 weeks from now... I wish I could have been in a better mood in all the vacations I have had with my family during the celiac years but I can

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