The love of my life is dying

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    AvatarBLESSMYANGEL
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    Hi im new here… im having great diffuculty accepting my oartners diagnosis of glialblastoma grade 4. There is no cure and im so very upset. She, Angel is 42 and im 31. I need to be strong for her but im such a mess. I hate this so much.

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    AvatarJulieH
    Keymaster

    Hi Blessmyange,
    I’m so sorry to hear of Angel’s diagnosis of glioblastoma – it is so hard living with this raw grief and being supportive to Angel as well. I wonder if you would like to call us – the cancer information nurses on 0800CANCER (226 237) – we are happy to talk and have lots of resources we can suggest that may be helpful.
    Take care,
    Julie
    Cancer info nurse

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    AvatarJulieH
    Keymaster

    Hi Blessmyange,
    I’m so sorry to hear of Angel’s diagnosis of glioblastoma – it is so hard living with this raw grief and being supportive to Angel as well. I wonder if you would like to call us – the cancer information nurses on 0800CANCER (226 237) – we are happy to talk and have lots of resources we can suggest that may be helpful.
    Take care,
    Julie
    Cancer info nurse

    #1637
    AvatarK
    Participant

    I see you posted this years ago… I’m so sorry for your loss. My husband has glioblastoma. Have done brain surgery, radiation, chemo, everything. We are both mid 30’s. It’s a fucking nightmare especially now with the world on lockdown. How is this going to be the last few months with the love of my life???
    How did you cope? How are you living after it happened? I’m so scared.

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