How to tell My Husband he had terminal cancer and ask what he wanted to do. - LonesomeDove

Decision Point Associated with Adenocarcinoma, Lung Cancer. Posted on April 11, 2013 View this journey (6 Experiences)

It's a very hard thing to do watch the one you love that is your also your best friend, partner and your strength, slowly slipping away and keep up a strong front that you're okay,when all you really want is to make it go away and scream at God for letting this happen. Which I did. But God knew my heart and what I was suffering by losing my husband. God gave me strength and a peace I never knew was possible. And to be there through it all for my husband at the very last and let him go home to God. I seen a peace come over my husbands face when I told him I will be alright honey you can go home with God, that I had never seen in anyone that was at the end of their journey. But I remember the pure peaceful look on his face when he passed. And the feeling of peace that came over me, because I knew he was going where he need to be.

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