Am I wicked

DeborahBlythe

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Dec 1, 2006
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MrsP said:
Dear Connie

Of course you are not wicked for wanting the distress to go away, for wanting Lionel to be more 'at peace', even if it means forgetting more than he already has. From my visits to this site you have always shown your absolute love and tenderness. I wish you well.

Kate x.
Hello Connie, Just wanted to say that I second this quote, and to send love, Deborah
 

twink

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Oct 28, 2005
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Cambridgeshire UK
Me too Connie, Steve went into a home last week and is crying and pacing and says 'she's left me' (me I suppose) and I have said I almost wish he was at the stage where he would just go there and be able to settle in without all this awful crying and pacing and trying the door every few minutes. I'm going to see him tomorrow for the first time since he went in just over a week ago and I just know he will cry when I get there, whilst I'm there and when I leave and I dread it.

Love Sue