I have a massive regret. My daughter never met my dad face to face. We were due to go and see him at easter '07. My instincts, however, said I needed to get there ASAP, but I ignored them. Our home phone was disconnected, so finally the saturday B4 we were due to go my husband said just use my mobile. I did. Only to find out they had given him morfien and he was in a pre death coma. We made the choice to leave our daughter behind, while we rushed to be by his side. How do I stop feeling like I have let her down?
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