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  • I feel bad because so many of you think this is a huge issue for me. It really isn't. For the most part I keep things to myself and being able to vent here is more helpful because you guys can suggest things that would help where my husband has never had back problems so he has no idea what to do.

    I think that frustration is part of his issue. I am generally the one who gets the medical stuff taken care of and I know he feels helpless not being able to help me. I mentioned today that my neck was spasming and without directly responding he did offer to do something that will save me a few hours in the car this weekend. So I just have to learn to read between the lines a little more.

    So thank you all for your concern. When I started this post I expected to hear from the women mostly saying that their husbands didn't understand. I'm happily surprised to find so many of you have husbands who are actively helping in your care. Give those hubbys a kiss.
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