Firstly, massive respect to you
. I've known people say they stopped training for a week or more, with a stiff elbow or a slight cough and no intended, but you are almost like some battered warship that's survived a hundred battles and somehow still sails and fires the occasional round. Battle scarred, but unsinkable
You have every right to feel a massive amount of pride man, because to be who you have been and to be who you are now, is incredibly humbling, but it's definitely increased your own human value a heck of a lot and you're definitely going to be an inspiration in the future, to people who may care to notice.
If you're concerned about your approach to training try this sort of methodology.
Day 1. Weights.
Day 2. Cardio.
Day 3. Weights
Day 4. Day off.
Day 5. Cardio.
Day 6. Weights.
Day 7. Day off.
You'd be training every body part during each weights workout, but if you use mostly compound stuff like Bench press, Deadlifts, Squats etc, with a bit of direct stuff chucked in for Arms, shoulders and Abs, you'll be fine I think and this way you're not exerting yourself, for five straight days, then having two days of nothing, you're keeping the off days split and I feel, encouraging a more efficient rest and recovery mentality.
I feel a huge sense of pride for you. You've obviously come such a massive distance in such a short space of time and the quip about your wife, shows a man who can find or rediscover, some of the humerous side of life, when it would be understandable, if you displayed a slightly introverted and mistrusting view on the world, as opposed to finding some of the inner extrovert in yourself, you may have at one point thought was lost.
I really wish you well, because I could never envy what you've been through, I mean who could, but I admire it and respect it hugely
You're a big man for having the courage to come on here and say what you did and that's another pride bursting moment for you as well and hopefully you can achieve what you set out to do and if there is anything we as a community can do to make things a little easier, don't hesitate to ask