People are falling apart around me now.
I’ve seen some of them, and I’ve cried, and now I can’t take it anymore.
I was able to do the things I used to do to avoid getting hurt in the first place, but now I don’t have the strength to cope.
I have experienced the first signs of what I’ve been suffering for years, the feeling that everything is going to fall apart around you.
I don´t know how I am going to deal with it.
When I go to the bathroom, my muscles tense, I start to sweat, I have no control over the water that comes out of the sink.
I can barely hold my hands, my neck hurts, I am in a lot of pain.
It is a rollercoaster of emotions.
My husband has a diagnosis of post-concussion syndrome.
He has had his heart and liver damaged, and he has been left with symptoms of aphasia, a lack of motor control, loss of muscle tone and muscle coordination.
He was a rugby player and he’s in his 80s.
He plays football, tennis, golf, basketball, and rugby.
When he was diagnosed, he decided to play rugby again.
He told me that he wants to play again because he has not been able to stop thinking about it and not get back to his usual level of physical activity.
When I go for a walk with him, I feel dizzy, I can hardly move, and my heart rate jumps.
I know I am not going to get back into the normal rhythm of life that I used so much to have.
He is a hard-working man who has been through many challenges.
Now that he is older, he is still able to play the sport that he loves.
I have been working hard to get him back into his normal routine.
I still work at home and in his spare time, and sometimes I see him on my own schedule.
I ask him to take a shower and he goes in and goes out.
But the last thing he wants is to have to do that.
I worry about the damage he has done to his body.
I feel that his symptoms will last a long time, but he doesn’t want to go back to being able to walk on his own.
There is no cure.
There is no treatment.
There are no treatments.
I am just trying to help him to cope with his symptoms, and it is just making me more and more frustrated.
What are some other coping strategies you have used to manage your symptoms?
I think it is important for us to know that we have different ways of coping with the symptoms of concussion, and there are different ways to do it.
The main thing is that we can help each other, and that we are going to keep going and trying to improve our abilities to cope in a different way.
I think it helps when we are on a level playing field and we are able to find a way to be better and better.
The most important thing is to keep improving.
I do have a good group of friends who support me and are there for me when I am feeling down.
How do you keep your mind strong and your body healthy?
The main advice I can give is to go to your doctor and see him if you have any questions about your symptoms.
I always ask for a blood test.
If you have symptoms like dizziness, feeling dizzy and having trouble with balance, you need to get a blood sample.
It can be done by a doctor or by an ambulance, but the results are so far negative.
If the test confirms that you have a mild or moderate concussion, it is good to get the blood tested again.
I will continue to ask my doctor about my symptoms and if there is anything I can do to help.
But I don`t want to rush it, and for me it is about managing my symptoms.
Are there any sports that you are interested in that you want to keep up with?
I want to be able to get into any sport that is competitive.
I love golf.
I enjoy tennis.
I like basketball.
I want all sports to have a chance to have some sort of an Olympic experience.
I hope that all sports will be able a certain level of competition.
If they do, I will be there.
I’m not afraid of any sport, whether it is rugby, soccer, or basketball.