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my husbands cousin

Post by elly on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:41

(originally posted on 02 Feb 2008)

could i ask for healing for my husbands cousin although they are more like brothers despite a 20 year age difference,
he is living in south africa and we got a call last night to say he has had a large stroke ......
such a long way from family
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Post by Candlelight.kk on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:42

Sending loving thoughts to Bry's cousin.

It's always particularly worrying when someone is poorly and so far away. But there is no distance can diminish the power of loving healing thought.
Try if you can to visualise a beautiful blue healing light enveloping him, then ask the angels that your thoughts and prayers and those of others will surround him within that light - and simply trust that your requests will be met.
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Post by liz on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:44

He will be in my prayers Elly and Bry.xxx
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Post by Stardust on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:45

Yes, I too am sending healing thoughts.


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Re: my husbands cousin

Post by Candlelight.kk on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:47

How is he doing Elly?
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Post by elly on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:48

hi we found out he has lost all use of his lefthand side he can't speak or walk.but he can write down what he thinks as he is right handed.he is sitting up for short periods .it is going to be a long process apparently.
thanks for asking candlelight....
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Post by Candlelight.kk on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:49

I'm sure he's in good hands though E. The physiotherapy treatment that's available now for after-stroke patients can work wonders. The people who specialise in this have so much patience, sometimes where the patient has to be re-taught the basic rudiments of speech and co-ordination etc, I have the greatest admiration for these people.
As you say, it's a long process - good luck to all those involved in his progress.
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Post by Feather on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:50

Worrying news for you and Bryan, elly. Does he not have family there with him?
Just want to say a colleague of mine had a massive stroke a few years ago. He had to
learn to speak and read again but he did it. There must be something strong about Bry's
cousin for he has lived through it. Many don't. I hope he's not alone where he is.


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Post by elly on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:51

he retired to live there after working all his life so he only has his wife with him.
his mum ,bry's aunty lucy died 9 years ago .so there is only him and his sister left now.
all of them are strong i have never known a family like it they just take what happens and let it roll off.
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Post by Feather on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:53

Usually peeps like that are totally laid back. What I mean is that they don't suffer from stress,
high blood pressure or strokes. Maybe, in this case, he is the type who appears to be
unflappable but is really bottling things up which does cause problems like his.
Just a thought, elly.Any more news of him? It's good he has his wife there with him. It must
be very worrying for her though.


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Post by elly on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:54

i spoke to bry and said what you did and he said he has never seen his cousin lose his temper just shrugs and says whatever all the time ....his wife is lovely she was one of the air hostesses taken hostage in the 1990-1991 gulf war by sadam she never worked again after that .... he is sitting up for longer periods now just very diorientated and confused ...only to be expected i suppose
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Post by Feather on Fri 05 May 2017, 14:55

That's progress. Even if a small step, it's in the right direction.The confusion is typical of a stroke and so is a
slight change of personality. He may well be more emotional and cry a lot. It doesn't necessarily mean that
he's sad. It's just a common after effect of stroke. Please let me know of further progress. It will be a gradual
process so don't look for too much too soon.xxx.


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