I just found out my ex-boyfriend's mom has "Transverse Mylitus" as a result of contracting west nile virus. He emailed me to tell me that news, and I realized I had not ever told him about losing my mom last year. Anyhow, now I find myself wanting to help him, to bestow all that knowledge that I gained while caring for mom in her final hours, but I don't want to be pushy, or intrusive, and there is a small part of me that wants to say nothing because I fear no words can prepare him for this journey. Any ideas on what would help? I really want to avoid the "been there done that" speech.
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