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Hi Ya

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,321
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:22 AM in New Member Introductions

New but not new to pain. I'm a commercial electrician and lifting is a part of my job. I'm very lucky to have a boss, who works with me and my back pain. My hobby is my avatar. I love anything vintage. That would include my lovely spouse.LoL :D


  • A very warm welcome to you Auggie!
    I hope your wife doesn`t read that she is vintage or that she has a fine sense of humour!
    You will find a large community of fellow pain sufferers from all round the world on here all ready and willing to answer questions, help you with research into your condition or just listen when you are having one of "those" days.
    You are one of the very lucky ones to have a boss who is understanding about your back pain.
    Please have a good look round the forums and the other information on this site and we hope to see you posting soon.

    Take Care , Best Wishes Viking
  • You are right. You are very lucky to have an understanding boss. That is highly unusual when it comes to back problems since they tend to view you as a liability. I think your wife would be proud to know that you consider her vintage! Everything fine becomes even finer and more valuable with time!
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  • :) hi and welcome to the forum! we are here to offer you support and answer what questions we can. we don't quite have a vintage car but an '84 truck is old enough for me!! i want some electric windows!! =)) i hope you enjoy your time here and know that we are here for laughs as well as those times of tears! good luck in your quest for pain relief! Jenny :)
  • Welcome to SH. Hope you find the resources and support you need.
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