take a deep breath.

Catherine Loperfido

Life can change in a split second. Women find out they’re pregnant. Family members die. Someone gets attacked. You have a flood. A natural disaster. My life changed, even though I didn’t realise it at the time, when my husband had a car accident. It wasn’t too bad. He drove himself straight home. He was fine, walking, talking, like any other day. Until, he wasn’t. Excruciating headaches, memory loss, chest pain, dizziness, depression – all have become daily realities to us. All because someone just wasn’t paying attention and drove into my stationary husband at 60mph. We got the compensation, and life moves on, people move on, we have to move on. Struggling through every single day; him with his health issues, and me with the overwhelming emotions that run through me. Anger, guilt, apathy, guilt again… and doing it all with a smile on our face, making sure that…

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