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Old 11-04-2009, 02:35 PM #21
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I am so very sorry... I lost my dad last week and that is hard enough... I will pray for you and pray you gain the strength to go on... i cant imagine your pain, I am really sorry.
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how can i live when my daughter is with the angels now?
I have the same question. My son died in a motorcycle accident in April 2008 at 22 - and I am barely alive.....
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I am glad that I found this site. I am dealing with alot of grief. I lost my grandma in 04, my Mother to breast cancer in 06, my grandmother was murdered in 07, and I just recently lost my daddy to liver cancer June 15, 2009. It's like I haven't had time to grieve one thing before another hit, then another, then another. I hope that I can find support here. Thank You.
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Well, Hi, and I am also dealing with grief and loss but at least I am no longer absolutely alone with this as now, finally, my doctors and family and friends who have been treating me badly and like i was psychotic, and senstionalistic and attention seeking, also know the truth. (I can survive pretty much anything but it's hard when you are alone with the truth)

So anyway, I am dying and have no more than 6 months to live. cancer throughout my brain, my blood, lungs, lymph nodes, skin, everywhere. i am having daily emergency radiation to all of my brain daily just to save it for the moment.

I have younger kids still and that is very hard. it's really hard for family and friends but mostly my kids. I am not a selfish whining self absorbed person, but anyway, i hope it's OK I shared this. i am 51.

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And i don't know if I did this right or took someone else's post over, and if i did I did not mean to.
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I surely felt as unwelcome as anyone else would also feel in my position. Don't worry though. maybe I interrupted, or maybe I interfered, I am not always perfectly understanding of how these forums work.

But more than anything, I really don't need you people anyway; I just wanted to share but help? No, I do not need help, for sure, from you.

Everything i could say in praise of my relationships and family and friends and helpers and medical staff, etc, would sound too exaggerated and too good, so I won't rub it in. Kat, and best to you
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[If nobody has responded to you by now, I would go elsewhere and there are wonderful people and all out there but I cannot tell you for you. But here? No, but that does not mean psychcentral at whole not just here.
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hi kat..I am sorry you didn't get a response quickly. this thread here is basically a welcome to the forum. to post about your grief you can make a new thread on the main grief forum. welcome to pc!
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hi, i lost my mother to cancer in 2005, and the hurt and sadness has gotten a little bit better, what really angers me is that i just found out that my fathers been seeing a woman for more than two and a half years ago, and he's hiding it from everyone in my family, he says i shouldnt but in and to leave him alone, but he told me not to tell anyone. so i don't know what i should do. it wasnt even a year since she passed away when he started seeing this other woman.i dont understand how he could do that so soon.
hi there my name is tasha i am 40 yrs and my husband has incurable cancer we were given 6 nmonths to 12 months to live in a weird kind of way i feelk for you maybe you feel your father is cheating on the memory of your mother. what i mean is when my hubby goes what do i do... i still have a lot of life left but i feel guilty that i am offending his family witch is his family then there out two children 10 and 6 .... my thoughts are with you and whatever you decide will be right for YOU
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I don't believe in the five stages of grief, I feel angry, I want my son back and yes I am depressed or is it just a normal reaction to losing my precious boy. I am sad, I have nothing to live for, my husband and I just survive each day, there is nothing like losing a child, even if he was 27, we have lost our future and reason to live.
I lost my 26-year-old son 8 years ago. Everyday I still think of him. It is extremely hard to lose a child, no matter what age. Twenty-seven is very young. I recently went to a family wedding. In honor of family members who had passed, their names were mentioned before the ceremony. I thought mentioning the names was an extremely thoughtful gesture, but at the same time, it took the focus away from the happiness I was feeling for my nephew and his bride. My eyes swelled up with tears. I began to think that this could be my son's wedding day, but I will never see that happen. I had to stop myself from the thoughts, because I really did want to share in the celebration of my nephew's wedding. Now, if this was three years ago, I probably would have had to leave. You are angry, and you have a right to be, your child is gone. All the hopes and dreams you had for your son are gone. The pain lessens over time (acceptance), but it never goes away. Others may feel differently, but I miss him every day. My only problem is that it took me this long to get where I am at today.
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I surely felt as unwelcome as anyone else would also feel in my position. Don't worry though. maybe I interrupted, or maybe I interfered, I am not always perfectly understanding of how these forums work.

But more than anything, I really don't need you people anyway; I just wanted to share but help? No, I do not need help, for sure, from you.

Everything i could say in praise of my relationships and family and friends and helpers and medical staff, etc, would sound too exaggerated and too good, so I won't rub it in. Kat, and best to you
Dear Kat, I wish I had seen your post earlier. I am new to this site. It is terrible that you have cancer, and not much time to live. It is hard to imagine what it would feel like to be in your position. I will be checking in to see if you have written again. I think you can use all the support you can get. It must be aweful in those times when you are by yourself. I am here if you need someone to listen to you.
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