• Anyone else losing their adult child to cancer?

    Asked by Kurious on Thursday, November 7, 2019

    Anyone else losing their adult child to cancer?

    I am gut-wrenched my daughter has a couple of months to live. She has fought for 6 yrs and even ran 7 World Marathons while under all kinds of chemo trials. Her 6 yr old daughter doesn't know yet, but soon will and my heart is broken from all this. I am living a nightmare I wish I could wake up from. :(((

    21 Answers from the Community

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    • PaulineJ's Avatar
      PaulineJ

      My happiness and joy comes from being saved.And God being there with me all the way.We can make it only wth him.You also will be okay.The Church is always keeping each other in prayer.God loves you...

      2 months ago
    • Kurious' Avatar
      Kurious

      Thank you. That's what I needed to hear.

      2 months ago
    • Ohbruff's Avatar
      Ohbruff

      Kurious I am so sorry for your heart breaking situation. I am a two year survivor of breast cancer. Last year while finishing treatment, my 40 year old son was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. Rare blood cancer...especially in a. Young person. I struggled daily with the reality of this incurable disease. 6 months into his treatment, the chemo caused a blood clot and he suffered a massive stroke. Now, he is attempting to relearn walking and some talking. I would give anything for this to happen to me instead of him. It is heart wrenching but we do laugh and try to find the beauty in each day. I try and accept that I can’t control this but I can appreciate and love our time together. Sending you and your daughter prayers. God bless your family

      2 months ago

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