Thanks Sally for saying that as sometimes I think I flag stuff like that up a bit too much .
A lot of what she said was painful/true/moving/sad/affirming .
This sentences came out the radio and flew right into my face ( esp when I think people have forgotten or just don’t recognise our pain )…
”living again after something so unbearable has happened , what families need is humanity”
” people don’t like talking about bereavement .grief feels like fear and a child’s death is unbearable to even think about”
But , the bit that pissed me off is when she talked about her work having changed her reality ..” When my children had a headache ,I thought they had Meningitis and I would think they were going to die”
Actually Julia, some children do die, so that was a stupid and flippant example