I hope it is ok for me to use this site. I am actually from Canada but own property in Florida & couldn't find something comparable inCanada. My husband suffered SCA last November, 2016 while out for a drive in his sportscar on one of the last nice days before winter set in. It was a beautiful day & everyone was outside doing yard work. He was pulling into his friend's driveway when he blacked out. He rolled into a parked van & the noise alerted the neighbours on the street. They pulled him from the car, started CPR & EMS, Fire & police were there soon after. They shocked him twice & he was transferred to a Cardiac Intervention Centre immediately. He spent 9 days in ICU sedated & on a ventilator. On the 12th day he had an ICD implanted. He lost 25 lbs in the hospital & was very weak. It was a long struggle. He started Cardiac Rehab & was doing great until 3 weeks ago when he was shocked 35 times - out of the blue. Turned out he had been feeling well & was doing too much probably & the wire moved. He also had some metabolic problems - low K, too much diuretic - that were corrected as well as the wire & he felt much better. Only 5 days this time in CCU. He is extremely anxious bordering on panic attacks now. I guess my issue is - & I know it's not about me - but nobody has ever asked me how I'm doing. He wanted to get out of the hospital both times desperately! & I wanted him to come home but I knew when he came home I wouldn't sleep again. Everytime he moves, gets up, isn't in my sight all the time I get anxious. I feel selfish or self centred complaining, & I haven't said anything to anyone! Did anyone else feel that they wanted to scream "what about me?" I watched it all, I'm trying to keep it together for the rest of the family - how can I help him get through this if I'm feeling tired & scared myself?