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Behind the mask of radiotherapy

I had become the pastor of a fairly large church at the age of 30; the first year was going well, but it was hard work.

Tom Chapman

I was the father of two young sons with another on the way. Our house was being extended. All in all, I had plenty of reason to feel tired and pressurised. So when, while working late at night, I found that for a few minutes the words would swim in front of my eyes, there was no serious cause for concern: just another stressed-out pastor! The locum GP agreed and gave me sleeping pills.