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    thanks

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    Welcome M4

    Sorry for what your family is experiencing. You will find a lot of support, advice, and comfort from the folks on this forum.

    Wishing you, and your husband all the best.

    CCxox
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    Thank you CC
    It has been encouraging to hear from
    People who understand

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    Hello M4GK welcome to the forum. Just like me, you can share all your thoughts and worries on here and very soon, you will find someone will be here for you. Having faith in a higher power can be very comforting and supportive. My sister in law has prayers said at Knock shrine for us on a daily basis. This helps her and I am sure it helps us too because because we seem to have become stronger as a couple living with MND.
    Best wishes
    Fru XX

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    My opinion and hope I don’t offend anyone but was never sure about the existence of God in the first place but now I’m sure they don’t. Don’t want to get into discussions over it but since faith has been mentioned.

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    Jaxx You do or don't believe in God, simples. I find peace and comfort by simply sitting in a church in any country. Dude x

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    Hi, My Mum has pho and was diagnosed a year ago. At that time she retired from her hairdressing business of 25 years because she could no longer physically do it. A year on and she has a peg feed and a wheelchair and it is very difficult to understand what she says. I think her faith keeps her going. I am not at all religious despite being raised Catholic but I believe that whatever keeps you going is a good thing. Whatever sees you through each day xx

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    Is there anyone who has had Progressive Bulbar palsy for more than 6 years.
    It would be nice to speak with you. My husband has been living with this
    He uses a eye gazer to communicate

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    Thank you all for your replies to my message. It so comforting to know we are not alone. Just to have people who understand.

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