First of all I want to greet you and tell you that I am very happy to be here.
I have had this disease for a couple of years and I continue to fight with all my will and strength.
I have read some of your comments and I have been delighted to see how we each face their illness.
I am a woman who currently lives alone, because my relationship ended a few days ago, I would like to know how you carry the disease with family reconciliation.
It has cost me a marriage, after several strange things, I looked for information about couple relationships and found tips to know what was happening, in the end analyzing the situation I realized that the disease had made me sad and not strengthen the relationship.
I await your responses and opinion.
I leave you to the website that you use in case it helps you web
@laurasosa I’m so sorry to hear that you are dealing with a relationship loss in addition to your health issues. Feeling sad is understandable. I know many patients and caregivers have found it helpful talking to a counselor or therapist. Do you have access to one or able to ask your doctor for a referral? It’s emotionally challenging balancing PH, relationships and responsibilities.
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