Victoria and her family before the accident. Left to right: Emily, Nicko, Olivia, Victoria with Kit on her lap and Amber.
When awful things happen, it's difficult to know how you could possibly carry on, let alone feel happy again. However human beings can be remarkably resilient, even during these times. The School Of L...
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Breeeep! Breeeep! Breeeep!
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I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been side-eyed at functions.
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Cut down on meat a bit, go to the gym sometimes and reduce your alcohol intake by some amount.
We're constantly being asked to do more, with less.
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