i sometimes feel angry with myself because when she was first diagnosed i only cried for five minutes and after that i have just felt numb and i dont think im even sad or anything
has anyone got any advice for when people ask me if my mum is ok because i just tell everyone she is alrite even though its a lie
I had blood in my stool it wasn't a small amount either.... I am only 13 and have been stupidly googling it and now I am convinced I have something serious like cancer. Do I need to go to A&E or book a doctor's appointment. my stomach also keeps rumbling help please I am getting really upset sorry if this sounds ridiculous
Hi guys I kinda need some advice, Recently my nan got diagnosed with late stage cancer and I don't know what to do, my mum and brother have previously had it and I didn't deal with it very well. The thing is exams in Jan (first year of uni) and I haven't been able to revise at all and I don't know what to do. Sometimes I'm fine sometimes I just lose it I can't even imagine going back to uni rn what can i do? Thanks
Thanks guys, I just feel like i haven't stopped been too from hosp watching brothers it hasn't sunk in and I don't even want to go back to uni I just want to look after her, doesn't help that my step dad is also getting investigated for cancer too (having investigation tomorrow) but I'm scared my uni won't be very understanding about it all
My mum was diagnosed with breast cancer today. It's the first instance of cancer in my family and I'm a little unsure how to feel. She said that the doctor told her it was treatable with surgery and she's going for an MRI scan on tuesday to see what sort of surgery she needs. I don't know what stage cancer it is, or how long the treatment will take or if there will be complications... I'm a bit of a worrier anyway. I also have 3 university assignment deadlines next thursday which I'm worried I won't meet. Do you think this is a valid extenuating circumstance?