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  1. joleisa

    I was very emotional reading this Ann. I so wish I could do something. Well, I can encourage you. Look out for every little positive that there is and embrace it too. I am happy that you’re giving your children the best care by sorting out and making sure that they get the help they need. We are here cheering you on and I’m sure you will have brighter days ahead. Don’t give up. I’m sure your children appreciate all that you do for them. But you can’t give from an empty cup so look after yourself too.

  2. Louise (Little Hearts, Big Love)

    Oh Anne, I’m so sorry that it’s been a tough emotional week for you and you’ve felt like you want to give up. Hoping that taking a little time out for you helps ease things a little and that things start feeling brighter. It’s good news that Little Man has his EHCP although I can well imagine that the psychologist report was tough to read and that Boo’s autism assessment has been tough-going too. Sending you the biggest of virtual hugs and hope that you get some time to relax over the weekend and that next week will be an easier one for you all. Much love x

  3. Kim Carberry

    No wonder you are feeling emotional. You have so much on your plate but it sounds like you are making headway through some of it! Sending big hugs and love. It is so sad that you have thought about ending it all. Don’t give up. I am sure things have to get better for you and your family soon. x

    • Anne Sweet

      Thank you Kim, I didn’t mean to worry anyone. I did think very hard, I even googled how much of my medication I needed to take, but I thought better of it and later that day I enjoyed some real good family time. I know it was just a blip and I will carry on and things will get better xx

  4. Ruth

    Anne, I wish I was there to give you a great big cuddle. I’ll send a virtual one instead. You have so much going on and living with pain must just make everything so much harder. I don’t know what to say other than hang in there! Your family need and loves you and I’m sure the blogging community appreciates your honesty and insight into what it’s like to cope with a chronic illness and care for a family. I know that I love and look forward to reading your blog!! (I am always behind because I am so time-poor, but I like to catch up as often as I can). Sending much love xxx

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