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|esp13||Jul 22 2008, 02:46 PM|
Somebody made the point on another board that Kayla's fear makes sense because, as a doctor, she knows all too well the worst case scenarios. It's harder for a medical professional to stay focused on only the positive and maintain some kind of sense of denial about all the things that could go wrong. Plus, I think that in this situation, she's a mother first and all the medical training in the world isn't going to overcome that basic fear.
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