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For injured workers who are going through a difficult time
(07-16-2016, 01:06 PM)jayne Wrote: ... lets see what we can do to raise some hell, with the elections coming up I can take an extra B-12 shot and give 1171 a run for his money

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Donald Trump,
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
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Having a rehab department where I worked was one thing that helped me with the first part of being injured. Having others around to talk to was a big help in just learning to deal with life after the injury. And a very big help in dealing with the employer and all their tricks. Having somebody to talk with even if it's only a forum can help. We feel all alone when this happens and it's just nice to know you are not alone
I also think you have to have a place to vent your anger other than your family! A metal bucket and glass jars is always a favorite of mine
........I love cats, I just cant eat a whole one by myself......

I got lucky my wife had been thru a work injury and I was there for her. She was there for me and understood. Our family can get overloaded with things and not be the best ear all the time
Yes my Husband had been thru 2 before mine his was one injury and then he reinjured the same area doing a job outside his restrictions told to do it or get fired...He did it and went right to the hospital thank goodness for witnesses. It is what happens tho when you work blue collar
........I love cats, I just cant eat a whole one by myself......

Thanks for sharing this enjoy full video now i rocking and chill my self. My all friend also enjoy your video.
Just like this beautiful jacket!
(07-09-2016, 10:05 PM)California_Help Wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpmILPAcRQo

I am attaching a youtube video of a scene in a movie that always brings a smile to my face, no matter how many times I see it.

I have been receiving pm's from injured workers who are having extreme difficulties right now coping with what is going on in their claim and I also recently received one who is doing well.

It saddens me to read how these claims affect people, financially, physically and emotionally. Please know that these claims are not who you are. You had a work injury and some have catastrophic life changing injuries. Wherever you are with this try to continue to live your life and have relationships and continued happiness. Try to do something everyday for yourself that brings you happiness, no matter how small. Do not isolate yourself from others. While it may feel like it at the time, life is not over for anyone who has an an injury. Many will have to change or modify things in their life but it is not over for you.

Maybe others can join this link and post songs that have made them happy or inspire them...how about you Jayne, or you 1171?

I am a product of the 80's and anything from that time period makes me smile...Duran Duran, Billy Idol, Prince....

You know, I have not been able to listen to music in a year. I relate music to good memories and i didn’t want to taint them with bad memories. I hate to ruin these good songs with what I am going through currently. I’m sure there are good songs currently but i didn’t want to ruin them as well. Music was my escape and my “me” time but I have not been able to listen to any as of late.

The only positive from this is that I have not had any alcohol in a year. Well, I had a shrimp cocktail once and it had half a budlight in it.

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