I know what it’s like to go through tortured and your mind getting toyed with for a year until you recognize yourself again. A big bleed is a monster that needs to be worn down, and, even if it is, it takes prisoners. Like sensation, like memory, like physical strength, like the ability to drive, like the ability to walk and talk. It messes with your vision, brings on depression, makes you insecure. And if you can take on those new normals and even get over some of them with the work you put into it and still recognize yourself then you have won the battle.
But that’s just me. There are many more that are in the middle of the war, because they battle too. Even though this is an ultra rare disease cavernous angiomas are a part of all our lives and we feel each other’s fight as a family. That is why we walk, roll, run to the the Cavernous Angiomas Anywhere Walk each year. Because The Angioma Alliance supports us all by continuously striving towards science and answers that makes us want to walk together world round to help each other for a cure or even a pill to lessen our battle. Because we aren’t done fighting yet. I have there backs, they got mine. Please support my end of this by donating towards my walk in a part of this fundraiser. Hoo rah!