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    Oh @Summer, I''m so sorry you had such a crappy evening. I really sympathise because I can imagine (if I were you) I would be feeling a whole lot of pressure to just GET ON WITH IT and your DH is in constant opposition trying to stall things. I am an impatient person at the best of times and that would really wear thin with me VERY quickly. Hugs to you hon, I don't know how you hold it together as well as you do. That counsellor has his work cut out for him with your DH I think.....


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    @Blossom any goss on your neighbours yet!

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    Oh @Charlie74....

    It's when the little bubba closes his eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    @Blossom any goss on your neighbours yet!


    Lol, not yet. But they've only been there a few hours

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    @Sue77 You definitely don't meet your ED but you can see photos up to the age of around 12 years old. CFC also told me a few extra bits of info about my ED as an adult, like her effervescent personality (now that I'm not having success with her eggs I'm wondering if she's a drug addict - insane thoughts!) and long brown hair (Uhm, her profile said she was blonde, like my son and I!!)
    I actually like being one step removed, not meeting her, but if I did fall pregnant I would love to know where my son or daughters half siblings lived, even just the country would be great.
    A little tip, when you're reading their profiles look for hidden bits of traceable info. I believe there are some couples who have traced their donors online while undergoing ED treatment, but not made contact of course.

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    Jeez @Summer that's bordering on very controlling behaviour. What sort of time frame are you looking at for recovering from the Bells Palsy?

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    @Sue77 I'm sorry I don't have any info about Ukraine, other than my father spent a few months there a couple of years ago searching for a bride forty years younger than him

    He was actually very impressed with the place and said it was fantastic. Didn't come home with a bride, thank goodness, but he really loved it over there and said it is very different from what you think it is going to be like. Is it possible to travel over first and check it all out or would that be too expensive? Tag it onto a holiday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Jeez @Summer that's bordering on very controlling behaviour. What sort of time frame are you looking at for recovering from the Bells Palsy?
    Yep, totally not acceptable. I've been doing some intensive treatment and it's 80% gone now. I have had thyroid issues though and chronic fatigue and the meds really knocked me last year and I've had some trouble recovering from them. I thought I was doing pretty well until I got the virus and the Bell's, so two steps forward, one step back. I thought May was realistic, I'm sticking to that in my own head and we'll see what happens over the next couple of weeks. Thanks hon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Oh @Summer, I''m so sorry you had such a crappy evening. I really sympathise because I can imagine (if I were you) I would be feeling a whole lot of pressure to just GET ON WITH IT and your DH is in constant opposition trying to stall things. I am an impatient person at the best of times and that would really wear thin with me VERY quickly. Hugs to you hon, I don't know how you hold it together as well as you do. That counsellor has his work cut out for him with your DH I think.....


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    Thanks hon, yep counselor and DH have some work to do! I want him to go on his own too, I think that would be really good for him and hopefully the counselor can give him a big kick up the A R S E and let him know he will lose me if he keeps on this way.

    I'm the same as you, I just want to get on with it now I've made a decision. But DH does have a point, (I'll give him just an inch, just one mind you, no more!) I do need to get my health back and that will take a few months, so I am still happy with the May time frame. So I'll keep that as my goal and that feels really good to me to have that to work towards. So my impatience is settled by the fact that I have a goal regardless of what is going on with DH at the moment!

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    @Summer You're a 40 plus year old woman and should know by now what your body is and isn't capable of. I might just stop there I think!! Wow, I wonder what's going on in his head at the moment. I guess you'll find out in 2 weeks during counselling. As you said, it's very sensible to continue to do all the research and line your ducks up.
    Curiously, was there much of a gap between you getting that gorgeous second line on the home FRER recently and then developing the virus/Bells Palsy?
    @Blossom74 Have you baked them muffins yet?
    When I had my emotional meltdown today, stroking my sons cheeks on his ultrasound pics, I was listening to Cathi Ogden's 'Goldie's Theme' from Goldie's final scene in Water Rats. Did anyone else watch Water Rats or was I the only tragic?!!
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