Down the gen­er­a­tions

Layla Wells, 36, from Lon­don

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When my dear friend Jay con­fided in me that he lived in fear of a curse put on his fam­ily gen­er­a­tions ear­lier, my heart went out to him. Years be­fore, his grandma, who was from the West Indies, had fallen in love. But her par­ents had been so against the match, her mother had cursed all the men in his fam­ily. And, be­cause they’d all died young, Jay be­lieved he would, too. ‘Can you lift a curse?’ he asked me. I ex­plained the you can only be free of a curse by truly be­liev­ing that it doesn’t ex­ist. But, in Fe­bru­ary last year, Jay was di­ag­nosed with ter­mi­nal lung can­cer.

Sadly, in Jan­uary this year, Jay passed away at the age of 35. It seemed the ‘curse’ had claimed him, too.

I would’ve given any­thing to have been able to help poor Jay. But, be­cause he be­lieved he was cursed, his fear came true.

He died be­cause he be­lieved

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