Grief can be very selfish. It wraps you in a black blanket so you cannot see outside of yourself. You see nothing but the emptiness of your own pain....... I didn’t know it at the time, but when Ross and Amanda walked through my door 18 months ago, they were pre-delivering me the analgesic I would need to dull this pain.
It is now 5 months since my beautiful man Anthony passed away from brain cancer surviving only 5 months after diagnosis. It's hard to believe that only 10 months ago my life was "normal" before being turned upside down by the consequences of his diagnosis. It does not surprise me to read disappointing news articles such... Continue Reading →
I knew that in Anthony I had found my soulmate, but I didn’t quite understand just how special a person he was until he became ill in December last year. In the face of this terrible illness, he showed such bravery, determination, an inspirational never-say-die attitude and kept a keen sense of humour to the... Continue Reading →