Walking Through Cornflakes

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My daughter Helen, who had moderate learning difficulties, died at the age of 33 in 2009. Helen worked hard to overcome her problems and had reached a stage in her life where she was about to part-own her own home. After a final viewing we were so happy, but roughly 90 minutes later, Helen passed away. She had suffered a massive DVT due to the medication prescribed three months earlier. More
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Review by: tony parsons on Jan. 10, 2014 :
Kay & Mike (deceased) lost their daughter Helen Louise (Helli, 33, learning difficulties, Hengo Babe, DVT) 4 yrs. ago. The parents struggled with Helens healthcare. The Primary Care Trust (PCT) & the General Medical Council (GMC) who supplied the Dr.’s they felt did not help her.

Catherine Jane (divorced), the eldest daughter has 2 daughters: Hannah & Molly. Pauline (3 children) was Kay’s sister. Sheila a nurse was Kay’s BFF.

With 30 months of Physiotherapy Helen had learned to walk. Anne, the Educational ѱ came every week. More things to deal with Helen had Scoliosis, Grand Mal seizures & OCD.

What every parent(s) does not like to go through losing a child, like I/ex-wife did a twin daughter (1st, born) at the age of 6 months. Of all the boy bands my favorite is Westlife. Justin Timberlake has made it to stardom. I love plays, theater & music is my life, can’t play an instrument anymore, my son has all that talent.

As a former crisis/school social worker this short story brought back fond memories. All my kiddos I worked with that had these types of disabilities were in M.S. I have not forgot any of them, or the teens & all the adult clients I worked with. I thank God a lot for every minute I got to spend with my oldest twin daughter here on earth. You’ll never let go, but you will somehow move on.

Cool book cover, great font & writing style. Awesome pictures. A very well written heart felt personal short story (book). It was very easy to read/follow & never a dull moment from start/finish. A few grammar errors, buy no repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of excellent life scenarios & a wide array of characters. This could make a great movie (I am Sam, riding the bus with my sister) or TV series (Life Goes On). No doubt in my mind a very easy rating of 5 stars for this short story (book).

Thank you for the free book
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)

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