The school holidays started well. At 8am on the first Monday I was still under my doona, enjoying a peaceful lie-in. Then I heard the bickering start.
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We wanted to fix things, just as we had done when our daughter was little; to lift her out of her sadness and confusion, apply the bandaid and make it all better.
I can't trust myself to let go. The dread of this day has been brewing in my stomach for weeks.
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