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Lauren
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@MissJones86 29042 wrote:

Thank you for your replay its just what I need to get my brain back into the right way of looking at things. I have only told a few of my family members and they are supporting me but not saying much other than my dad making sure I know what I’m doing and that I’m sure ( he would prefer band). So any concerns or worries I have can’t really be set straight by them.

I know this is a morbid question but would love to know you views, my children are aged 2, 3 and 6, do you think I should write them a letter each for them to read when they turn 18 just in case something goes wrong or do you think I’m tempting faite?

Tori x

I wrote letters to my husband, children, parents and sister. However, i was a very, very poorly woman at that point and it was a possibility that I might not make it. I had the wonderful Shaw Somers do my bypass and I came through it with flying colours! I still have the letters and I find them hugely comforting when I’m feeling sorry for myself. No matter how bad life gets, it will never get that bad again (God willing of course) and I can look back at the letters and realise just how far I have come.

So, if it makes you feel better – write those letters.

Doodah x

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