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  1. #51
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    Re: A break

    But you have gone when you could easily have stayed at home. You can do it! It's anticipatory anxiety and it thrives in an environment where we are waiting and can overthink. So fill that time and distract your mind away from straying into negative thinking and symptom scanning. I hope you have a great time
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    Re: A break

    Think ahead Louise, think of what is to come - not this awful 'dentist waiting room part'. This part will pass, its temporary and the real reason you are going will be here soon. (Mind, you could be there by now anyway if the plane took off....a short flight ?)
    Last edited by Carys; 11-11-19 at 13:21.

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    Re: A break

    Louise, I'm very proud of you when you eventually get to read this. x

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    Re: A break

    Wishing you a wonderful holiday, Louise. I hope you have a holiday away from all your anxieties and troubles too and come back feeling happier and healthier xx

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    Re: A break

    Have a fabulous time Louise! Xx

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    Re: A break

    Hi everyone, thank you all so so much for the lovely replies- I would reply to each and everyone one of you but we don't have internet at the moment and the cost of data on my phone bill will be something but I wanted to take a moment to thank you all so so much for taking the time to write to me.

    The flight was stressful but once we got into the air, it calmed a little for me. It's been a long day with some moments of total panic I won't lie and I've got a banging headache now with some head time to get used to- but we're off for some food.

    I really can't believe I manged to do it lol. My mam also rang to tell me that the hospital sent me a appointment date for the cardiologist and it's comforting in a way because its like well it's done now and just have to wait for the date.

    Thank you all truly, once again for all the kind words and such xxx

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    Re: A break

    I'm so pleased for you Louise
    This trip can only give you confidence x

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