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I want to start off saying that yes, I am a walking encyclopedia when it comes to health & wellness. When my partner & I moved to Chicago 8 years ago, my parents remarried, got a new puppy & lived in 2 states.
This was the first & only time our relationship changed significantly, & featured many changes in me (mostly physical). In our last year living together after moving to Chicago, we started making a big push to get independent once again.
However, something I never thought of until very recently was that one of the major physical changes I underwent was incredibly tender & tenderizing to my feet.
Forget the walking, I can ‘rightly point out’ that I am affectionate and caring to my feet during those morning & evening eye rolls & shuffling from the living & working space. Living somewhere with natural lighting aplenty almost daily, my husband seeing the effects of this change was crippling. Early on he was unable to stand for long periods of time with me because of foot pain. Also, because he saw foot shape & size shift, he couldn’t keep his scissors / picker / boxers on very long, basically he The only way we solved this quandary was we compromised & temporarily resumed our previous bedsit arrangement until we were able to find a new bedroom bigger & happier for both of us (great mattress though).
Now, living alone and seldom in the same place 2 years, I’m amazed at the changes I’ve undergone & how tender & tenderized my feet have become; my toes literally melt. Whenever my husband mentions, “my feet hurt” I point him to one or both of my toes, & tell him I often wonder how I ever lasted as long as I have with just one or just two of “em.
Over a 4-month span this past summer when we lived by ourselves in Porterville, CA I had to get 2 surgeries: One for a compression fracture of my tibial plateau (it took almost 8 hours of excellent pain meds to get me stabilized & even then I couldn’t walk on it) & another for crossing and shear stress fractures of both ankles. What a nightmarish & painful time that was for both of us.
But also a blessing for me in that I was complimented by the entire community & medical community on how great & tender my feet were becoming, & have been commented on by 2 orthopedic surgeons as being a great example to keep pushing through & how much strength & agility I’d continued to gain.