Thank You

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RE: Thank You

by kat54 on Mon Feb 24, 2014 03:09 PM

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Glitzy,  I am so sorry for you and your family.  I know you both fought so hard.  Sending prayers for strength and peace through the coming times.  kathleen

RE: Thank You

by M.nabil on Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:46 AM

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Hi Glitzy,

I happened to see you here with same timings of incidents as happened to my mom, your beloved husband (may he RIP and be on the best of the best better than his entire life.)

he had a recurrence and got in hospice for months right?

well we had clear surgery 100% mother was better than before, simply radiation destroyed her brain and we got in doubts of false diagnosis... all is gone now.

at sometimes i even was ready for a typical fight for years and think oh god 6 months!!!! all those deterorations!!!

there is a defintion in my religion i belive its global regardless of faith or beleifs etc. i hope it comforts you.

the one who dies of such a fatal disease is forgiven anything...

My deep condolences.

hope you have the sweetest memories and dreams of him.

Nabil

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by bpp30m on Sat Mar 01, 2014 03:24 PM

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Glitzy, Im like alot of the others, just dont come here much anymore but i do check in from time to time to check on the ones who were here for us at one time. These will be the toughest times for all of us who have lost loved ones to this evil disease no matter how much you try and prepare yourself. Go hang out with your family and friends and cry many tears because trying to be too strong and holding even an ounce of sadness in will not do you any good. My thoughts are with you and your family

matt

RE: Thank You

by tlewis on Thu Mar 06, 2014 08:58 PM

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I am so sorry to hear this. I lost my husband almost 4 years ago from this awful cancer. Hugs!

RE: Thank You

by jdykllr on Thu Mar 06, 2014 09:39 PM

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Hello my Dear Friend,

I haven't been on this site in a while since Steve passed away after 12 months courageous battle with GBM a year ago. I know we keep in touch on FB more. As hard as it is we know they are at a better place with NO more pain & suffering. I know all those hard & stressful days of caring for them & watching them suffer are over and now that they had passed, the grieving process sets in & that's not easy either. I found out that grieve is a weird thing....just as you thought you are ok for a short while something always comes out like a song, food that they loved to eat, pictures and those makes you emotional. I have been told my many that time will heal & things will slowly get better. I was also told by few that God will not give us more trial than we can handle. And with that, we will continue to keep our faith, hope & trust in the Lord. Thinking of you. My thoughts & prayers are with you always. Hugs...

 

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