the documentation to support it. I’m going to have to choose soon, because she will need surgery soon, but many other doctors are booked past May while we are able to get scheduled in Denver when we need to be. It is difficult to know what the right thing to do is when you are the sole person who has the ultimate decision; your child’s future lies in your hands. If I choose the wrong doctor or treatment, and she regresses, I have only myself to blame. There’s no telling which way our story will end. I have to keep my head on straight and even though I feel like crumbling to pieces I must do whatever I can to hold on to my angel. She is my source of strength and peace. She will survive even if it kills me.
Written by KimThompson
tags: Scarier, Than, Think