Posted by annemarie (184.108.40.206) on August 26, 2001 at 10:53:55:
Let's repeat this.
I am trying to get up a booklet for children and young people who suffer from clusters. Fior this I would like to have kids' own stories in their own words. What does it mean to have clusters, how do teachers react, what do class mates say, what happens to studying?
I have asked a number of parents to pass this request on to their cluster-suffering offspring, but I have as yet had no replies.
I understand. If you are worried about your child, a project like this is too much bother. And when the episode is over, you don't want to remind your child of the demon.
I don't want to intrude. But I CAN ask. I can also ask people who had clusters at an early age, to contribute their stories.
Just tell me about it. Your story or your kids story may help another child in pain to cope better.
Please, give it a thought...
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