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#175 - lazaman
Reply +12
(03/01/2013) [-]
I know this mans feels...

My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was 6, I didn't know what was going on, all I knew was everyone was hugging her, and crying, thought that she might have gotten sick. Just go on being care free kindergartener.
She eventually "beat" it, or at least that's what we thought.
Eventually It came back, I was 8, and she went off and on with chemo, other drugs, ect ect.
Fast forward to me being 14, She now cannot walk, wears a brace, and has cancer all over, and from what she told me, me and my brother are the only reason she wasn't worse.

About 9 months ago. Im 15 at this point, shes now bed ridden, and has cancer in her brain. The cancer was making the membranes swell, and it was killing her, and making her, for lack of a better term, crazy. For the last month she was bed ridden, and hasn't made a single once of sense.

be about 8 months ago, shes dying, she pulls me and my brother close, and tells us to be good and to stay out of trouble, eyes like Niagara.

I know those feels... and I wish I did not.
#226 to #175 - josieabby
Reply +3
(03/01/2013) [-]
When I started reading your comment, I saw the words "breast cancer" and noticed that your text was pink. I thought, "What a beautiful coincidence."
I am sorry for your loss, and I know that feel as well.
#199 to #175 - YUSEIWHAT
Reply +1
(03/01/2013) [-]
I'm so sorry for your loss :'(
#185 to #175 - lazaman
Reply +2
(03/01/2013) [-]
She said some more personal stuff, but I don't think some ones last words should be shared over the internet.
#223 to #185 - comstockload
Reply 0
(03/01/2013) [-]
Your mom was incredibly tough to hang in there for as long as she did. Cancer has scourged my family multiple times and it an impossible situation. I sincerely wish you and your family the best.