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In Sickness and in Health: It’s been lonely in bed without my sleep soulmate

Earlier this year, Rebecca’s husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

“You're running away!” Nick said to me the other night as I tried to leave the hospital

In Sickness and in Health: It’s not easy to leave, but it means I’ll be coming back

Earlier this year, Rebecca's husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

It might not be big or clever, but swearing is a sign that Nick is getting better

In Sickness and in Health: Listening to my husband swear again is music to my ears

Earlier this year, Rebecca's husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

Are women really at their most stressed at 34?

Super stressed at 34? Tell me about it

New research shows that women’s anxieties peak when they are in their mid-thirties. Perhaps they should avoid reading surveys

In Sickness and In Health: The invisible support network that keeps me going

Earlier this year, Rebecca's husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

In Sickness and in Health: After months of silence, Nick has started talking

Earlier this year, Rebecca's husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

Touch of the vapours: plank-smoked Burrata cheese

In Sickness and in Health: What do you order for the foodie who's had nothing?

Earlier this year, Rebecca's husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

A couple stand in front of a beautiful cloudy scene

In sickness and in health: It’s been stormy but there are blessings in the clouds

Earlier this year, Rebecca’s husband, Nick, was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

In Sickness and in Health: Intensive care wards are no place for quiet contemplation

Earlier this year, Rebecca's husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident

In sickness and in health: Who am I to go to pieces? I have to stand up and fight

Earlier this year, Rebecca’s husband Nick was hit by a car and seriously injured. Here, in one of a series of columns, she writes about the aftermath of his accident.

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