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    Hi Beatz Gyms immediately spring to mind when...

    Hi Beatz

    Gyms immediately spring to mind when we think about exercise, but may I pass on a tip my specialist neuro physio gave me: swimming.

    For a while, when I was more mobile, I went to a...
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    Hi Dina I am so relieved to hear that some...

    Hi Dina

    I am so relieved to hear that some things are now moving in the right direction, and especially that you're safe.

    Hugs

    Doug
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    by Doug Carpenter
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    I'm all for free speech, but I'm wondering if it...

    I'm all for free speech, but I'm wondering if it is worth asking MNDA to consider banning this thread for the reasons Ellie states so eloquently.

    Doug
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    Dina That's shocking! Terrible treatment! ...

    Dina

    That's shocking! Terrible treatment!

    No wonder you're angry - and everything else.

    Apart from a huge electronic hug, I can't offer any practical advice. My contact with social services...
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    Darling Kayleigh Thank you! You're wonderful...

    Darling Kayleigh

    Thank you! You're wonderful what you track down on the Internet. And I really need a laugh at the moment. The pain in my shoulder and the restrictions it brings are really getting...
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    Hi Lynne My problem sounds similar to yours,...

    Hi Lynne

    My problem sounds similar to yours, in that it's damage to a muscle (the infraspinatus) of the rotator cuff. But it's not so serious in that there is no tear. I've irritated or strained...
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    Morning folks! Kayleigh - you and PC brigade...

    Morning folks!

    Kayleigh - you and PC brigade are right. We should draw this lovely discussion of leather and cats to a tactful close. Though, as Dina said recently, such banter does cheer one up....
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    (Just checking in after an evening's wine...

    (Just checking in after an evening's wine tasting, so make allowances)

    You ladies are being very naughty - pushing an old man's buttons with talk of an excess of pussycats and leather and popping...
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    Darling Ellie Don't worry. We're talking about...

    Darling Ellie

    Don't worry. We're talking about Bond girls, not bondage girls.

    Big hug

    Doug x
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    Ah, I see, leather again. Beautiful! Doug xx

    Ah, I see, leather again.

    Beautiful!

    Doug xx
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    Thank you Ellie! xx And as for Bond girls...

    Thank you Ellie! xx

    And as for Bond girls Kayleigh - well, I'm spoilt for choice amongst this gorgeous forum.

    Doug xx
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    And perhaps Q could equip my wheelchair with all...

    And perhaps Q could equip my wheelchair with all the weaponry of that Aston Martin....

    Doug x
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    Sean Connery

    It's very comforting to read that sophisticated, discerning ladies appreciate the charms of old men.

    Gives one hope!

    Doug x
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    Hi Puddy I strongly suggest you discuss any...

    Hi Puddy

    I strongly suggest you discuss any alternative therapy with your MND Consultant before embarking on it.

    I hadn't heard of apitherapy, but Wikipedia suggests that the likelihood of...
  15. Yes, this paper simply describes the groundwork...

    Yes, this paper simply describes the groundwork they did to see whether some sort of psychological intervention and therapy, e.g. ACT, might be beneficial if adapted to the needs of MND patients....
  16. Preferences for psychological interventions for MND

    This recently published paper lays the foundation for the COMMEND feasibility study and trial of which Iím a member of the steering committee.
    ...
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    What a fabulous cavalcade! Thank you so much...

    What a fabulous cavalcade!

    Thank you so much Shrew.

    Doug
  18. Thank you for starting this thread. Doug

    Thank you for starting this thread.

    Doug
  19. Thanks for the link Dis. It wasn't in the...

    Thanks for the link Dis.

    It wasn't in the print version.

    Doug
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    Andy Congratulations once again on your...

    Andy

    Congratulations once again on your election. I'm sure you'll do a lot of good in the role.

    It may be too early to say, but are there any particular issues in the MNDA at trustee level that...
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    Congratulations Andy! Doug

    Congratulations Andy!

    Doug
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    All fingers crossed for you today. Whatever...

    All fingers crossed for you today.

    Whatever happens, you're talking to the right guy.

    Doug
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    [Kayleigh, doesn't it always? I was being a bit...

    [Kayleigh, doesn't it always? I was being a bit naughty with my comment.]

    A bit?…..a bit!!!!

    Dina – you were being VERY naughty, very cheeky and very, very funny.

    Yesterday was a bit rough...
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    by Doug Carpenter
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    Wow

    With the arrival of the summer edition of Thumbprint, I suddenly realized that there doesnít seem to be a thread on here about what must be the longest, toughest and most heroic fundraising event...
  25. Hi Kayleigh There is a What's new button but...

    Hi Kayleigh

    There is a What's new button but it's buried - along with some others - one level down. Click on "the dots" button to reveal.

    Doug x
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