It’s true, there is one thing after another. Next week is the next stage in my poor health. I am going to have an operation, another one and I am terrified. I keep thinking to myself that something awful is going to happen to me. The thing is, the worst thing that can happen to a person has already happened to me so I can’t beat that. Well I guess I can but I don’t really want to. The worst thing that can happen to anyone is to die, and I have done that. I know I didn’t die but I did, I just didn’t stay dead. I am terrified now a week before so how will I be next week? I guess I need to talk to someone about this. I am seeing my counsellor tomorrow but I want to talk to her about something else that is also quite important. An hour is not really long enough to talk to someone about somethings. I am a bit scarred to tell people at work as I don’t want people to think, oh another thing. People won’t say it to my face but I am sure they will think it. I am sure I would. My body doesn’t like me, and I don’t like it back.
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I subscribe to your blog and want to wish you all the best with your operation, and a swift recovery. I also have a brain injury from birth: cerebral palsy. I’m a 62-year-old Canadian who reports voluntarily to the UN on the welfare crisis impacting the United Kingdom’s sick and disabled. God bless you! You’re in my thoughts and prayers. (I tweet your blog to all my followers.)
Thank you so much for your reply. I can see that someone in Canada is looking at the blog so it is nice that you have contacted me. Your work sounds really interesting. My aim is to work with people with brain injury in the future. Thank you also for tweeting my blog I am on twitter to but don’t use it much, I only have about 10 followers! @tabbylucy