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Posted on Fri, Jul 21, 2006 06:51

So sorry about your dad, but prostate cancer is very treatable these days, so I hope he and you can look for a positive prognosis. It is a shocker when this comes knocking at your door, causes on to contemplate their own mortality. Yes, your father wants the very best for you, and he has his own ideas what that is. You are feeling the worst kind of isolation, and it is good that you have reached out to others for support and consolation. Please keep us updated on his condition. My best thoughts are going out for you and him, and your mom.


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Posted on Fri, Jul 21, 2006 23:38

First of all, prostate cancer is not a death sentence... I understand that its upsetting, but its manageable. He sounds like an amazing man. God blessed you with such a loving father, and God will watch over you when he is gone. I was not as fortunate to have such a loving father. Trust in the Lord.. If God brings you to it, he will also bring you through it.


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Posted on Fri, Jul 21, 2006 11:58

I can realte to both parts of what u had spoke of. My parents often speak the same words and often I have become upset with them in the past for it. Then my mother sat me down about a month ago and tried to explain its not that they feel I am unable to care for myelf now or in the later years, they want me to be able to share in good times and holidays and hardships with someone...like they are able to do and there is no reason I should be alone! This I can understand because I would and want the same for my daughter...but I want it for her on the right terms...which I explained to her for the first time in a way she was able to understand. Your fathers diagnosis is a difficult one to accept and it is going to be a difficult ride for you and your whole family. My mother-in-law died of brain cancer 7 years ago and I would say she is one of my heros also in many ways. She was our strength in the family even when she was ill. I can understand how having someone there with you to wipe away your tears or give you words of love to take you through this hard time would be so much needed, especially now more then ever. My heart goes out to you in this hard time in your life.


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Posted on Fri, Jul 21, 2006 09:37

Nautigal, I am so sorry to hear about your father. If you need anything, let us know... And I have no doubt that you will find someone to stand beside you in life, you are too beautiful, intelligent and fun not too.


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