These as stated by some literature and research on biliary atresia. Some part of me wished it was not so. Some part of me went why me. Some part of me blamed others. Was it others who put me under so much stress and pressure that resulted that outcome?
Oh, how my head was spinning and spinning in December 2017.
|I felt this closely represent my turbulent mind and emotions when |
I initially discovered my baby's biliary atresia.
I do cry; I do complain on occasion; I do feel unhappy and even angry at injustices. I have been through why life's unfair to me and why others are being unfair to me. Yet in continuing to allow myself stuck in sinking mud would only have no resolution.
|Times I felt as if my head can burst with |
all the mental and emotional stress
To resolve any negative situation is to use positive action. Positive action seeks reconciliation, rebuilding, healing, understanding, healing and resolution. Negative action seeks retribution, blame, destruction and to maim. In order to know whether the action is positive or negative, reflect on the motivation of that action.
|Keep on smiling, Patrick. Mummy will be with you all the way.|
This one week appointment can help us reach to an informed decision on whether to start planning for a liver transplant. It is best not to speculate and gather all the facts before we know what would be the next best action plan for Patrick. It can turn out to be a risky mistake if we chose to wait until two months' later when Patrick's liver starting to be damaged. I have already seen how bad the quality of life can be in one baby I met in the hospital last year. She did not realise her baby have this condition until it was too late to rectify by KASAI.
|Meditate to find the clarity and calmness within |
despite surrounding noise
To be simple in thoughts as follows:-
To also mentally and emotionally prepare myself for any outcome.