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Justice for Nico

Do I look different?

I ought to look different but perhaps I just want to look different because I feel different.

Last week I took part in “Making Families Count”, the brainchild of Jan Sunman of OXFSN and Julie Kerry of NHS England, together with the filmmaker Julian Hendy of the “Hundred Families” charity. They want to develop training for everyone working in NHS Trusts and train staff to treat people who lose relatives in their care, better and with greater sensitivity.

I was incredibly nervous about going. I have never been to anything like this before and I felt completely and totally out of my depth. My two main fears was that I might cry in front of a room full of strangers and my other fear was that I would be the silly little woman that no-one knew. That I would stand out, be dressed wrong, wrong kind…

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Published by Sarah Adams

I am the author of The Life Edit, an eight step personal development coaching programme that harnesses the power of journalling and writing to help people make transformational changes to their lives. I am also journalist and writer who has worked for newspapers, magazines, TV and online for the last 35 years, and an accredited personal development practitioner. I have written books, appeared on TV and radio and have worked in the world of corporate communications as a senior manager. I launched and ran The Community Media Group for ten years-this is a social enterprise that exists to produce professional, community newspapers in socially challenging areas as well as providing free training.

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