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The Unexpected Way My Stroke Changed My Marriage

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On November 2, 2002, my husband and I vowed to stay with each other through good times and bad. At the young ages of 22 and 27, we focused more on the good part.

We were both healthy individuals. Our future lay before us. We were unstoppable. The bad times were reserved for maybe our golden years — or so we thought.

Fast forward 11 years to a house and two kids. Our daily lives were full of work, bills, and bathtime. Life had thrown us a few hiccups, but nothing we couldn’t handle.

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