posted on Jan, 8 2020 @ 10:22 PM
My dad had brain cancer when I was seventeen years old, back in seventy two. I didn't even know how to act around him after he got out of the
surgery, he was not even close to the same. I helped to take care of him but I was used to him being strong and always rational. He was partly
paralyzed after the surgery and in constant need of help. He did not like what he had become, a burden on others. I am the same way, I would not
want to be a burden on others like that.
My father probably got his from DDT, still lots of pesticides and herbicides can cause brain cancer if you cannot detox the chemistry well. I cannot
say what caused your wives condition, there are lots of chemicals that disrupt our body from detecting and killing cancer cells.
I totally understand your possible need for anti-depressants, it is hard on a person to see someone you love going through that. I hope that she can
recover and see the kids grow up for a few more years.
Keep strong and do not let your wife know how depressed you are, try to be reinforcing around her so it boosts her ability to heal. I did a lousy job
around my dad when I was seventeen, I did not know how to act, and I wish someone would have told me how to act and what to say when I was around him.
My dad was one of those guys that would put down an animal if it was hurt too bad to lessen it's suffering if there was no hope for it to get better.
I am the same way, but I would never have ever wanted to lose my dad, he had to suffer for a year before he did die.
Back in the seventies they did not know so much about taking out brain cancer, they are way better now. I am sure that your wife will do a lot better
than my dad did, he had quite a bit of his brain cut out, they did things different back those days, he lost almost a fifth of his brain in the