The invisible girl.

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Re: The invisible girl.

Post by zin on Tue Feb 03, 2015 1:10 am

Hugs dear, thinking of you.
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Re: The invisible girl.

Post by Apricot on Wed Feb 04, 2015 3:31 am

Thinking of you Suems.

USE ALL of the supports you can, I have heard wonderful support is able to be acessed via the cancer society so put your hand up, and acess it please, even if its only some advice, and caring support from that angle, its got to be helpful for you.

Dont hesitate to contact me if you need someone to talk to.

Glad your husband has been supportive, thats great.  needs be, contact your doctor, maybe even a break for you in a hospice will take some strain off. Hospices are NOT only for those who are dying, so dont ever think that. They are wonderfully supportive and caring so dont hesitate. Do what ever you need to to get the help you need.

Take special care. So sorry about your results, but so glad you have had the op and medications. Get lots of rest and look after YOU.

XOX
http://www.cancernz.org.nz/support-services/ scroll down through this, mentions pychologists etc etc, also online forum and the like, may well be wonderful support.
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