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    I used to think that it was vital to have a good...

    I used to think that it was vital to have a good standard of literacy. I pride myself on being accurate and using grammar effectively. What makes me despair most is mistakes on signs and shop fronts....
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    That definitely sounds like it's meant to be. I...

    That definitely sounds like it's meant to be. I hope the locket arrives soon.

    Sending hugs to you Loo and strength to get through the harder times x
  3. I worked with consultants, junior doctors and...

    I worked with consultants, junior doctors and mental health nurses and have nothing but the utmost respect for them.

    I talked to a colleague who has worked in A&E for over 30 years and she has...
  4. Thread: Grieving

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    You may find that in a few months' time your...

    You may find that in a few months' time your emotions will surface. Or as others have said, maybe this is just your way of handling deep sorrow.

    I found that my grief for my dad hit straight away;...
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    Lovely poem, and wonderful memories. x

    Lovely poem, and wonderful memories. x
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    How apt that they should play that tune today x

    How apt that they should play that tune today x
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    Good on you! I loved doing level 1, and some of...

    Good on you! I loved doing level 1, and some of my colleagues went on to level 2 straight away but I realised I wasn't using it enough to carry on. It was about 12 years ago and I've forgotten almost...
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    yes, I used to put it off as long as I could,...

    yes, I used to put it off as long as I could, balancing the guilt with the dread.

    Since she's died I regularly find myself missing those visits, even though I had to build up to them, and I'm not...
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    My daughter takes a high dose of Lamotrigine, and...

    My daughter takes a high dose of Lamotrigine, and has done for many years with no obvious side effects. Personally I think it's a wonderful drug in comparison to the other anti-convulsants she's been...
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    I am so sorry to hear about Henry, and I lit a...

    I am so sorry to hear about Henry, and I lit a candle at Launde with you and Henry at the forefront of my thoughts. x
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    Do what you feel is right for you. I felt the...

    Do what you feel is right for you. I felt the need, but my siblings didn't.

    I saw both my parents die and went to see them both before their funerals. They did look a bit different but I am glad I...
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    Thinking of you Saffie. Look forward to seeing...

    Thinking of you Saffie. Look forward to seeing you at Launde x
  13. Thread: Hurdles to jump

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    Thinking of you x

    Thinking of you x
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    Having witnessed both my dad dying of lymphoma...

    Having witnessed both my dad dying of lymphoma and mum dying from her dementia then I'd say that the cancer death was 'easier' from the perspective of knowing that the parent was receiving pain...
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    It's a sad situation and I think you realise the...

    It's a sad situation and I think you realise the outcome will probably be a residential care home. He can't go back home and the current care between you can only be a temporary arrangement really,...
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    Yes, vascular dementia can affect mobility. ...

    Yes, vascular dementia can affect mobility.

    For my mum, it was sequencing that affected her most - she could not remember what foot to put down first, or how to get out of the car, or how to get...
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    You will not be able to fight this on your own -...

    You will not be able to fight this on your own - I know to my cost how solicitors cover themselves.

    You must now get legal representation or you will find yourself in a very uncomfortable...
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    I feel for you both. Ouch. I hope your pain eases...

    I feel for you both. Ouch. I hope your pain eases up soon. x
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    I don't think she'd be able to change her will at...

    I don't think she'd be able to change her will at this stage if she is regarded as not having capacity to handle financial decisions.

    Your best bet is probably to use a solicitor to assess...
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    Thinking of you all and hoping that it remains...

    Thinking of you all and hoping that it remains peaceful and pain free for your MIL. And that the puppies come soon. x
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    Thinking of you and yours and hoping the next few...

    Thinking of you and yours and hoping the next few days are a peaceful slipping away for your MIL. Sending strength and hugs x
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    My (late) mother had a fall probably caused by a...

    My (late) mother had a fall probably caused by a TIA and we suspected a broken hip but it was only bruised. They discharged her to a community hospital which was supposed to get her mobile but she...
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    I'm so sorry to read about your brother in law...

    I'm so sorry to read about your brother in law and the CHC paperwork. xxxx
  24. Thread: Sad news

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    my condolences to you.

    my condolences to you.
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    It is these little glimpses that make all the...

    It is these little glimpses that make all the difference. :D
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