Day 1 - Post Shoulder Surgery.
Surgery went well. Better than what the surgeon had expected. They inserted a pain pump catheter that is supposed to calm 75% of the pain. The only issue I had was this morning when I got up to take my medicine. I felt nauseous, light headed, got really hot and started sweating.
I am extremely thankful to God, my girlfriend @pawley_1115, my parents and brother @pgzz92 for being there with me during the procedure and after to help me with whatever I needed.
Thank you babe for taking care of me all last night and this morning when I felt sick. 😘 it and more than you can imagine.
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I’ve decided to share my most honest fear with you today. So that one day, with hope I will get better, be healed again. The thing is it’s so much easier to fake to be happy. Nobody really gets it how tough it is to try to heal, to really get better. So, fake it until I make it and hopefully I will somehow find my will to live, to know the meaning of living again. Everything will be alright, right? People keep telling me the hard part is over, but I kid you not. I fear almost everyday. What if I won’t healed. What if I will never get a chance to walk to go anywhere again. 8 months of being either at home or hospital, it really feels like shit. My most fear is I won’t be able to even do headstand, or let alone any posture at all. I know that I can do meditation, yoga nidra, and what if that’s all I get to live with? What the hell am I supposed to do? What if cancer comes back? How should I live with that because honestly as painful as it was, I don’t think I am strong enough to get pass this. #tearsforfears