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Decision

The truest decisions are discovered, not made. They form when you're looking the other way. You simply need to recognise them. It was a very good friend who helped me realise that I had already formed my decision to go ahead with the surgery, but that I just couldn’t speak it. Now the other decisions would… Continue reading Decision

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Questions, questions, questions

There were so many questions to ask about my situation, and so many answers that could not be given. Living with the questions was the only way through. 26 July 2006 This journal is becoming vital. I can sit and weep, I can regret the bloody genes, I can say that every bad joke and… Continue reading Questions, questions, questions