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Marmalade

Re: Finding it so hard to recall better times

Postby Marmalade » Sun Jul 17, 2016 6:34 pm

Love to you Linda, it can take a long time so don't push to hard, it will come and you will get through this cloud. Sometimes it takes as much courage to go on as it does to face the disease and by the time our loved ones pass we are exhausted physically and mentally, that alone takes time to recover from.

I wish you peace, good health and good cheer for your life Linda M xx

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Re: Finding it so hard to recall better times

Postby Dandygal76 » Mon Jul 18, 2016 9:02 am

Hi Linda. I think it is the right choice to leave this journey, and thus the forum, when the time comes for each of us. Our loved ones would not want this to be a defining element of our lives and future. It has already taken so much from each of us. I hope you move forwards and do create a beautiful and enriched new way of living. It will happen for you and leaving the forum is just the start of things to come. I wish you all the best. x

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Re: Finding it so hard to recall better times

Postby PCUK Nurse Jeni » Mon Jul 18, 2016 11:56 am

Dear Linda,

On behalf of everyone on the nursing team at Pancreatic cancer UK, I would like to thank you so much for your valuable contributions to the forum, and wish you the very best with your counselling ahead.

Take care,

Jeni.

Pancreatic cancer Specialist Nurse,
Support Team.

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Re: Finding it so hard to recall better times

Postby Proud Wife » Tue Jul 19, 2016 2:38 pm

Hi Linda

I am really sorry to see you go but totally and utterly understand why. I would like to know how you are doing in the coming months so if you would like contact outside this public forum please feel free to ask moderators to pass on contact details. But, it may well be as part of the healing process, if that's what it's called, you feel a complete break away from the misery of others affected by PC is what you need, then as long as you promise to take good care of yourself and come back if you ever, ever need further support in the future, then I wish you all the very best from the bottom of my heart. Thank you so much for the unbelievable support that you gave me when you were (are) in such pain and turmoil yourself. That tells me you are a very special lady indeed.

From one recently bereaved wife to another . Say no more .

Take care xxx