you are never alone in your suffering. you are going thru a rough patch right now, but there is light at the end of the tunnel. i am so sorry things arent great right now- so i send you hugs, peace and blessings- i hope you find some comfort and soon!
much caring love, Maz XX
Hello there my friend. I am standing right beside you.....my Father had pancreatic cancer. I know this one well. You have every right to be upset and let yourself feel. You do not have to choke down these fears as they are real.
I went to college when I had 4 children at home..............I was insecure and scared. Then I realized I was sort of smart and I enjoyed the classes. So try not to get on the merry-go-round of doubting yourself. You will be surprised that your classmates are a little family of their own and other students help you.
You have my caring and prayers..........my reassurance that you will be ok.
Take care and be good to yourself.
Kitt, Co-Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
I am thinking of you and your family and praying for a good outcome. I am also sending you lots of strength and hugs to help you through.
I am so excited you are going to school. How long is the course?
Junebug, how are you? keep us posted.
peace, love and blessings,
I am so sorry, and my prayers are with your family.
A little hint for you if you don't mind. The wheels of medicine run slowly and my sister arrived at the U of MN as they wanted her here by 3 PM on August 13. I was frantic trying to do the logistics...........As she had to fly in and the 11:00 AM had already left North Dakota but we did her on the 4PM flight with her daughter and make the arrangements to pick her up at the airport I thought we had done well.
I was scared to death when I saw her, she does not remember the flight or how she got to th hospital.....she had so much pain.
We thought she would be rushed to surgery.............nope, she went to ICU and by 10:00 PM they had her on life support.
She has gone through every medicine team they have, chemo, infections etc and we may now get her to surgery the first part of January.
So be sure to take care of you. I worked myself up into a frenzy at first wanting to know why so many tests and procedures, but I have learned patience. I know now why and she has improved so much on the chemo so remember to just be there, hold a hand, say a prayer and food for the family is important as they will be drained of ther energy and emotions.
Wow, I talk a lot. Any questions, please do ask me.