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    Hi Boiler,

    Just wanted to get in touch and ask how things are going for you and your family.

    I remember that Mr Boiler wasn't well recently due to severe back pains. Hopefully, his GP was helpful in finding a solution for this - and I hope Mr Boiler is feeling much better now.

    I hope that you and your daughters are well.

    Love to you all,
    Kayleigh xx
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 13th January 2019 at 19:07.

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    If I swore at my wife she would cut off my testicles with a rusty spoon and feed them to the dogs

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    Quite right too, Jonboy! (there is a no-swearing rule in my house, as well) - but your poor dogs, having to eat 'them' for dinner!

    Anyway, I am sure that you would never swear and that you are always the perfect gentleman - just like the Jon-boy in The Waltons!

    How are things going at the Hospice today? - hopefully you are being looked after very well.

    Kayleigh x
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 14th January 2019 at 15:49.

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    Hi Boiler,

    How are you? I hope you and your family are ok, and that Mr Boiler's back pain has cleared up.

    Best wishes,
    Kayleigh x
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 20th January 2019 at 23:12.

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    hello my mam did it in a sort of polite way then she couldnt speak but it was embarassing in front of the carers most of my mothers siblings and some family could be cruel ,I take citalopram its a very mild ssri my friend takes medicine for anxiety and she says change it every couple of years as it becomes less effective

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    Boiler, I just wanted to say thank you so much for your honesty in sharing this. My dad has MND and my mum was his carer for just a month (prior to and following that month he was under section and in a mental hospital), before diagnosis but when he had some symptoms, but when I spent time with her last Christmas, after that month had passed, she said a lot about how she didn't want to live with him any more and could never forgive him for the impact his behaviour had had on the family. At the time I was horrified and couldn't understand how she could be feeling like that, but posts like this bring home to me how much stress she must have been under (coupled with a fantastically unhelpful team of social workers and carers) and it all makes a bit more sense. I am in awe of your strength.

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