1. Whatever shortcomings I’ve got – and I know there’s a lot – I feel nothing but pride when I read this. I’m so proud of you for doing it. I’ll be here for every future blog and I’ll always be proud. Love you xxxxx.

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  2. You sound fantastic, I’d like to have you as my friend. As long as you didn’t make me do everything 😉 How about if I tell you NOT to write the book?! Or if I say ‘I bet you can’t write the book before I’ve won an award for blogging’, would that do it?! Sorry, I’m being cheeky. I think we’d all love to read the book, honestly, but I definitely don’t want to put any more pressure on you to get it done and I wonder if you should park the idea for now seeing as you’re so good at blog writing? Maybe from the blog will come a book 🙂 Good luck either way x

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    • Your reply has made me smile. Thank you. 🙂 I’m not sure what the best course of action is – that’s one of the frustrating things about PDA: there’s nothing you can really do to avoid demands. I tend to push on through, if I can, because I’ve spent years being the victim and to be honest I’m not doing it anymore. PDA and I will have to exist side by side. I know I will find a way through but it might take a while – I just wish that in the meantime I could stop thinking about it so much! Lol.


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