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In a relationship with sufferer

How can I help my partner, not being a sufferer myself but want to be good support.Any help or thoughts welcome.
Bard Bailey


  • LeeLeeMccDeeLLeeLeeMccDee Boston MAPosts: 171
    Pain can make the person you love a monster in disguise. My recommendation is patience, listening, ask if they need help but don't be a nudge about it. Just by you coming on this forum and asking for help to help your loved one speaks for itself. He/She is in very good hands. Good Luck and take everything in stride. Just be there.
    Good Luck.
  • dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 13,521
    this topic comes up so often, i created a thread just to discuss it. spine-conditions and relationships
    Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
    I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences 
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