first off welcome to healingwell forum you have come to a good place. liver disease is such a individualistic disease it is hard to say what will happen. my uncle had hep c and hep b and he just died on the way to the bathroom, my father in law had hep c and cirrhosis and died in the middle of the night after a bout of encephopy(sp) in the bathroom, whereas my mom had hep c and cirrhosis and ended up with a ulcerated ulcer which left her in the hospital with surgery then she never really recovered and she suffered the worse, two surgeries trying to save her and fluid coming out of the incision, her eyes, nose, and mouth. each person is affected differently. your mom could live the 6 months, live less then six months or even longer but there is no way to say for sure. just spend as much time as you can with her, make sure you have power of attorney, see if she has a will and what her wishes are for her funeral. dont take any day for granted and tell her every day that you love her.
The only person who can make you happy is you. Be your own self and love who you are because each and every one of you are wonderful for who you are
"No one really dies because they have loved. Because they love they stay in the hearts of the people they have touched so in that their memory lives on." Ghost whisperer-i know corny but this touched me deep down and i see so much truth in it.