When I was a little kid, I was sick and in the hospital on a regular basis. I hated it. People would feel so badly for me and try to make me feel better by bringing me lots of wonderful gifts. But the one gift I still remember the most, and treasure the most is a cartoon booklet that my cousin, 2 years older than me, made for me during one my longest hospital stays (which was really only around 10 days, but felt like forrrrevvverrrrr!) He cut pictures out of magazines and drew pictures and made a complete story about being sick and then getting better. I still have that little book and when I’m feeling sick and miserable, it makes me smile.

Love shows itself in many forms, sometimes, it’s in a comic.

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Marriage may have its ups and downs, but one Reddit user has reminded us of the real meaning of companionship.

After catching a virus from a bad lunch at the office, Ryan Robson was sent to the emergency room. Robson, 30, suffers from Autoimmune Polyglandular Syndrome, a condition that weakens his immune system.

“It should have just been a 24-hour kind of bug, but my system doesn’t handle these things like a normal person’s does,” he told The Huffington Post. Because of his condition, the trip quickly turned into a scary, week-long hospital stay.

“At one point I lost it. I tore off the monitoring cables and started panicking, then went to the bathroom and completely broke down,” he said. “It feels silly, knowing that some people spend months in the hospital, but at the time I felt the closest to losing my sanity that I’ve ever been.”

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