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Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant was a basketball player, he was also a son, a husband, a father, somebody’s teammate, and somebody’s friend. I never knew Kobe Bryant and I guess now I never will.

Did you ever wonder what it would be like if you werent you anymore? If you were suddenly gone, how would your world re-act? Whatever you imagined is wrong. There is nothing romantic about death. Grief is like the ocean its deep and dark and bigger than all of us. And pain is like a thief in the night.

Kobe Bryant was a basketball player, he was also a son, a husband, a father, somebody’s teammate, and somebody’s friend. I never knew Kobe Bryant and I guess now I never will. Grief is like the ocean its deep and dark and bigger than all of us. And pain is like a thief in the night. Quite, persistent, unfair, diminished by time and fate and love. I didnt know Kobe Bryant but I see how his absence has affected the people who did know him. So I know he mattered to them. And I know he was loved. People say Kobe Bryant was a great basketball player graceful, fluent, inspiring, they say on a good night it almost seemed as if he could fly and now he can.

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  1. Hi my name is Milda a Thomas, am 48 years old and I got CRPS 3 years ago when I fall at work and tore my rotator cuff. I have not been the same since then. I feel like am on this alone it has spread down my whole left side. There is time I can’t even walk or get out of bed. In top of all that my work refuse to pay my medical bill because they are saying I have nothing wrong with me. It sucks because there is time I want to take my life. Is there anything you recommend?

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    1. I have noticed a big help with cymbalta for my joint pain. I have had what seemed like a pregnancy pinched nerve & my leg dragged a bit and I have had to work on leg strength. Then over last summer my tendinitis came back in my wrist . I remember it was Halloween weekend doing my girls’ hair and trying to do all the fun things balancing out some hand exercises and occasionally some leg exercises. Then it was a terrible feeling the next day my hand got more stiff turning purple and in so much pain.
      Cymbalta has helped very much taking much pain away. Then I started visiting a therapist to talk about my chronic pain that is helping to remind me that it is ok to be who I am . That I also can angle things as maybe I can just keep telling myself yes I hurt often sometimes very much with stress, but there is so much around me I still enjoy.

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