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    I'm going to ask my Dad to go to see his GP because of his persistent cough. I've noticed that he's had a cough ever since I can remember, I just never really thought about it until recently. Well, I told my sister that I was going to get him to see his GP and that I'd noticed that for a very long time he's had a cough, then she started blaming me for not telling him to go earlier (I think she was assuming the worst). Before now I didn't think about it because I was a kid. Now I think about it, if it was serious then he'd go see his GP and not wait for an 8 year old to point it out. So, I'm scared that if it is something bad, then my sister will blame me for it; make me feel like I was responsible for it. It doesn't feel nice for your sister to blame you for such a thing, and to be honest she is really ignorant so I doubt she'd listen to me. Should I just ignore her or try to talk to her about it?
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    ignore your sister, it's better late than never right? hope he turns alright x


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    Dont worry about it im sure its nothing.
    Atleast your doing something about it now.

    Hope your fathers okay. x
 
 
 
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