A minor miracle

philpalm By philpalm, 25th Jun 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A bad mental attitude could lead to mental abuse. This wife was lucky she was able to solve her problem.

Today's miracles can happen

Today I went on a motorized wheelchair repair and the lady of the home told us about a "miracle." Her husband was a vibrant and warm human being who enjoyed coaching football to high school students and also taught woodworking. It sort of changed when he had a stroke and that lead to a series of problems.

Of course he didn't walk too well and needed a wheelchair. The Wheel chair enables someone to escape the dreariness of being forced to stay in one room. Later another problem emerged.

The kind and patient husband became less kind and less patient. They began to argue more and that did not seem normal to her. The wife sensed something was more wrong with her husband, he seemed like a different husband!

You would think that mental attitude is not a medical problem but it was!A bad Mental attitude could soon turn into mental abuse. The smart wife insisted that the husband undergo more tests and she was right! It turned out her husband's Thyroid was over active and using medicine to treat her husband returned him back to normal. That miracle made her happy, something that she will always be grateful for occurring.

One final point. People should be thankful for small miracles. Why would God grant great miracles if small miracles are not appreciated?

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Arguing Spouses, Being Thankful, Mental Abuse, Mental Attitude, Miracles, Thyroid Problems

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author avatar philpalm
A refugee from xanga other wise known as PPhilip. I have a degree in Botany and I am interested in politics and religions.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
25th Jun 2013 (#)

Meaningful share, Philpalm. I am also having thyroid imbalance but I hope it is under control! siva

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
25th Jun 2013 (#)

indeed as siva writes most meaningful...thank you so much...

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author avatar philpalm
25th Jun 2013 (#)

With age comes experience and with certain jobs a lot of folks learn wisdom. I learn wisdom from you all the time.

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author avatar philpalm
25th Jun 2013 (#)

Definitely I was surprised that the thyroid could change a personality. I am always surprised in my new job as wheelchair technician.

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author avatar Mariah
25th Jun 2013 (#)

An uplifting share Philpalm,
Thank you
Mariah

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author avatar philpalm
25th Jun 2013 (#)

All thanks yous are never useless. I am grateful for your thanks and would be inspired to try to be more uplifting.

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author avatar Carol
25th Jun 2013 (#)

What a lovely share, many thanks

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author avatar philpalm
25th Jun 2013 (#)

Thank you for reading/visiting on this busy day.

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author avatar Md Rezaul Karim
26th Jun 2013 (#)

Well explained and reasoning, and I find it good to read too... well done.. Thanks for sharing.

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author avatar philpalm
27th Jun 2013 (#)

Part of sharing is knowing what to share. Often times it is iffy to know what to share.

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author avatar Johnny Knox
26th Jun 2013 (#)

A lovely and meaningful story, Phil. Thyroid is a quite common problem and it has side effects that can cause mood imbalanced, if not treated properly.

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author avatar philpalm
27th Jun 2013 (#)

I really didn't ask in dept how it was treated properly. All I know is that the wife insisted on tests because her husband was not acting normally.

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author avatar Grumpybear
24th Jul 2013 (#)

I agree. Small miracles are not even noticed but that you may control a gland that produces too much is a miracle. :)

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author avatar philpalm
26th Jul 2013 (#)

The guy who I work with is in pain from his broken/removed leg. He acts differently because it is not easy to be patient when you are in pain. Hopefully there is no such thing as a "bad" heart.

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author avatar n.c.radomes
29th Jan 2014 (#)

This piece contains a good lesson and that is to appreciate the little wonders and miracles that happen to us daily.

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author avatar n.c.radomes
29th Jan 2014 (#)

This piece contains a good lesson and that is to appreciate the little wonders and miracles that happen to us daily.

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