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Here is a list of a just a few things that you might want to cover either in your letter of wishes or separately:
Your housing situation:
Bills and utilities:
Do you have any dependants?
Here are some organisations that might be able to provide more information to you and support to your children:
This is a very difficult time for any family. Some women choose to create a memory box, where photos, letters, objects or mementos can be stored for their family. You can also do this electronically, by adding your favourite music or record your voice or make a video.
It can be useful to think about the different areas of your life and once you have decided what you want, you can spend time thinking about things you want to do, such as the people you want to speak to or the trips you want to make. You can plan to do those activities with the people who are important in your life.
It can take time to accept the incurable diagnosis you have been given. Talking to other women who know what you're going through can help. Our online Forum can help you connect with women who are also facing a similar situation/prognosis.