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How can I discuss stressful things with my husband who is a heart patient ?

my husband had a heart attack had angioplasty does not take his meds and keeps smoking what will happen my huband had a heart attack. I want to be strong enough to handle this but i am afraid that there are alot of things i cannot dicuss with him or he will become too stressed out and have another heart attack. The thing is that there are things that we talked about before that we cannot talk about now. I dont know if i can handle handling all stressful things myself with out sharing with him. is this common.
Asked On : Mon, 23 May 2011
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taking of medicines regularly is a must and equally important is to stop smoking,
By gentle way you have to explain importance of both the things by any way,there is no other way.
You your self give medicines at exact time.
You tell that by taking medicines and stopping smoking will help in early recovery,do not discuss about danger of complications.
ok and bye,take care.
Answered: Mon, 23 May 2011
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