I wish you hadn't ignored the pains in your breast that you've been having for the past few months. You know you should have gone to the doctor before now, especially bearing in mind our family history. I wish you'd told me rather than keeping this all bottled up inside for this time.
It is not good enough that the first date you can offer my mother a mammogram is 23rd January 2012. She has already waited a month for a doctor's appointment having mustered up the courage. You suck!
An unimpressed tax and National Insurance payer.
Dear medical person who operates the mammogram machine,
Please be gentle and discover that there's nothing the matter with her.
A worried child.
Dear Lump in my Mum's Boob,
Sod off and leave her alone please!
Her angry daughter.
Don't be so angry with your mum about this. She is an incredibly busy woman and was most likely scared stiff to discover the pains and then the lump, especially losing both her parents, and all other relatives, to Cancer. Get a grip and be supportive instead, she needs you.
Your rational self.
Apologies for the sombre tone on my first ever 'Dear So and So…'