Had a great Mother's Day with my husband and family. My husband has had two lots of chemo so far he has a week off then starts again. I go along felling really positive and confident that he is going to beat this, then I hit a low point were you think what if he doesn't. I don't think I could manage without him. I wish someone could tap us on the shoulder and say don't worry every thing is going to work out ok.
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Dear Amelia No one can gurantee it will be ok in the way you want but I'm sure you have an inner strength that you will draw on that will see you through no matter which twisty path his illness takes you. You are already showing your coping skills by using this site and reaching out for support. Hugs Terese.
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Hi Amelia, I'd love to be able to tell you it's going to be ok, but I just can't. I can tell you there will be times of happiness that you never would have imagined, regardless of your circumstances. I wish you all luck and good things for your husband's next chemo round. love and hugs, Emily
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Hi Amelia, I'd love to be able to tell you it's going to be ok, but I just can't. I can tell you there will be times of happiness that you never would have imagined, regardless of your circumstances. I wish you all luck and good things for your husband's next chemo round. love and hugs, Emily
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