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Don't forget to say 'I love you'

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My wife, who is only 47, had a major heart attack at work Monday morning. When I got to the hospital she was nonresponsive but eventually came around and they put a stent in that afternoon. She's doing much better now, but still...

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Damn dude...stay strong, and best wishes.

And yes, don't forget.

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JSngry:

Thanks, I'm starting to feel like that song "Everything Happens to Me" Hope you and your Brenda are well.

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All the best wishes for your wife.

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Best wishes on her recovery.

Bertrand.

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Best wishes to your wife and strenght and love for the both of you! I've lost my parents at relatively young age and since I've been trying to be as honest as I could in telling people how I feel. You'll never know what is going to happen, so seize the day and enjoy life to the most with your loved ones!
regards, page

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I agree with page. I've lost people I love dearly, and I've become quite demonstrative with those I love.

Hope your wife is better minute by minutes.

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Yes, my best wishes too. We just can't take for granted every day.

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All the best to both of you.

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Hope your wife (and you) are doing a little better each day.

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Good wishes sent your way. May your wife have a complete recovery and 47+ more years with you.

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As one who has gone thru major heart issues, I hope all goes well quickly. There is a free heart support group at Adventist here in Portland

that meets once a month. Send me a PM and I can give you more info.. Take care, Dana...

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My wife went through a big medical scare a few years back so I know exactly what you're going through. Telling her you love her is a start but simply being there for her is even better.

Our relationship underwent a shift that day. I have always given my wife a kiss on the way out the door. It just means a bit more today than it did 3 years ago.

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Having been in the hospital myself a few times recently, I can definitely relate to your situation. Stay positive (it helps the patient) and best wishes.

Edited to add a note regarding the actual heading of the thread: yes, showing and speaking your love is important. Life is uncertain.

Edited by Leeway

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"Amen" to all of the above, especially the "I Love You" part.

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Glad your wife is doing better...that stuff is seriously scary.

Having had a mild heart attack [then was hit with a virus which they had to take two liters of fluid out of the bag which surrounds the heart] I almost cashed it in. You just don't know when something could happen.

Thank you for sharing this, my friend.

Best to you and your wife.

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Here's to a speedy recovery.

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Best wishes for a full and quick recovery.

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Here's to continued recovery. Thank you for the reminder.

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Best of luck to you and your wife. She's obviously got someone strong in her corner.

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Hope that your wife has a full recovery.

When I read your post, I walked over and kissed my wife. We often don't appreciate the important people in our lives.

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Hope all works out and you get your wife back home soon.

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