Reply To: From a Wife of a GBS Patient
It’s hard to watch our husbands struggle with GBS. Stay positive and definitely read everything you can.knowledge is very important.
Everyday is a different day. Some better than others. My husband was 48 when he contracted GBS. We had just moved on to 5 acres of land. For 20 years he has been working around here, not accomplishing alot at times but our husbands needs projects to keep them out of depression. Life is good, even though GBS is always close by we feel lucky. It’s a life long adjustment. It sounds crazy but enjoy the journey and it’s challenges.