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What is Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)?


I'm a glutton when it comes to time with you. I honestly can say that the physical lust for you is there, but what I crave most? Is your hand in mine, the sound of your laugh, the twinkle of your eyes when you catch me staring at you, the sound of your voice when you say "I love you", but what I miss most of all would have to be, without a doubt, is holding you for hours on end. Whether we were awake or asleep. You so close to me. Was the greatest blessing anyone could offer me.


Compared with a healthy heart, dilated #cardiomyopathy causes the chambers of the heart to enlarge, which can lead to heart failure if left untreated. #HF


Plus I don't ever know WHAT is exactly doing this to me, is it my heart failure? My Sjogren's Syndrome? COPD? Polyneuropathy? Fibromyalgia? Why do my hands and legs tremble? Why am I out of breath from talking on the phone? Why am I having a tongue flareup? Why do my doctors think.....I won't even finish!


Whenever you don't get desired result, don't lose your moral and doubt yourself. All setbacks are temporary and failing once doesn't mean you are a failure. Winning or losing is not important, what is important is that you took a chance, a chance which many scared heart would have by passed. Learn from your mistakes and believe in yourself. #motivation

from Cosmopolitan

18 pretentious Pinterest inspiration quotes that do actually make you feel better about life

Never quit. If you stumble get back up. What happened yesterday no longer matters. Today is another day so get on track and move closer to your dreams & goals. You can do it.

from Women's Health

10 Women Talk About What They Learned from Being Cheated On

"If someone cheats on you, it's okay if you don't stop loving him immediately. I felt like an idiot when my feelings for him didn't go away the moment I found out about the betrayal. I learned eventually that that was okay and I wasn't a failure of a woman for loving a cheater. It can take your heart a bit to catch up with your brain." —Margo B.