People can be cruel. We lost our daughter at the age of 13. She had Cerebral Palsy. She had a spinal operation to help remove some of the muscle spasms in her legs that prevented her from walking and were pulling her leg bone out of the hip socket.
She is in a better place!
You'll forget it over time!
God only gives you what you can handle!
You'll have to get over it everyone dies some time!
You are so right. People can be incredibly,painfully cruel. As some others have alluded here, it's partly because we are so easily hurt at these times.
People said all those things to us to. And, as you probably experienced, more. One of the worst ones was "she was defective anyway so she's better off..." they said more but it's too painful to type the rest.
Clocknut, to answer your rhetorical question, what you say is "That is so sad." "I'm very sorry." And, davidg, I am so sorry to hear your sad news.
Diagnosis at 53. PSA 2007 about
2; 2008 4.3
Biopsy Sept 2008: 6 of 12 cores pos; Gleason 4+3 = 7
CT & Bone scan neg
Da Vinci at City of Hope Dec 8, 2008
Rad prostatectomy & lymph node dissection
Cath out on 7th day, in on 8th day, out again 14th day after neg cystogram
Path: pT2c; lymph nodes neg; margins involv; 41 grams,
PSA 1/08, 4/09,7/09, 10/09, 11/09,2/10 <0.01, 10/10 0.1, 2/11 0.08
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