The first person we told EVER was our doc. We've not told anyone else except by being here. Is it a good thing to share with family? Husband? Adultish kids? There have many comments made throughout the years. My son when he was only 4 asked me - - what mommy are you today? Wow, he was more perceptive then most adults I know. I think he "knows" but we've never discussed it. So who do you tell? How do we know when it's right? I'm not sure it ever is, but living in hiding is stressful too. It requires soooo much energy.
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