Mega hugs hun.
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24-08-2014 09:19 #11
24-08-2014 09:27 #12
Oh lil miss I'm thinking of you and sending you massive hugs. Please come to us for support and a shoulder to cry on if you need it. You and DH will be firmly in my thoughts xxxx
24-08-2014 09:28 #13
Sending the hugest of hugs your way! No advice I'm sorry, but just wanted to send healing vibes your DH's way and wish you all the best.
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24-08-2014 09:36 #14
Lots of hugs and love lilmiss, I can't imagine what you and Dh are going through
24-08-2014 09:56 #15
24-08-2014 10:03 #16
No advice really except make little steps to get to and for now ignore the bigger picture. So next is the appointment, ignore what happens after then for now. Great big hugs.
25-08-2014 14:46 #17
Big hugs op.
Can I suggest that you get some good family photos taken together next time you are together, and get him to write some letters to each of your children.
I know that sounds really doom and gloom- but I would rather have them and not need to use them than the other way around. Also start using your camera and take lots of videos of your DH with the children whenever you can. Focus on each day and how wonderful it is to have each other and don't think too far ahead- just be grateful for the time you have now.
Hugs hugs hugs.
25-08-2014 17:23 #18
Thank you so much for the support ladies.
I have made progress with him regarding me going up when he gets the results- we have gone from a flat out no to a we'll see (dh's code for "im sick of you nagging about it so I will probably give in to shut you up"). At the very least I will be teleconferenced in- particularly if I cant organise anyone to look after our kids for me to fly up. Small step but a step none the less.
He opened up a lot last night about how he feeling which isn't like him at all. But ita good, at least he isnt bottling it up as he normally does.
He + Me = dd1 (July 2007), dd2 (July 2010), dd3 (August 2012), dd4 (May 2014)
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25-08-2014 17:39 #19
Oh hun, i have no practical advice, never having been in your position. Your DH is lucky to have a loving, caring DW there for him. We're all here for you
25-08-2014 17:40 #20
Huge Lil Miss, I haven't had a DH go through cancer, but I have had both parents go through cancer/chemo and radiation etc and all I can say is we tried to stay super positive and not think too far ahead, just each day and what needed to be done (easier said than done, I know ) and received so much support from the respective Hospitals both parents were at, so I hope you and your family receive the same.
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