i recently lost my dad to cancer lucily for him he didnt suffer and t was so quick. when we first found out i sobbed for wks as they said it was terminal he had 2yrs left. i worried how he felt was he scared did it hurt wot was going through his mind, how would i feel if it was me..bloody terrified thats wot... he didnt really talk about it so i asumed he was dealin with it well. 9 months later he passed with out much warning i dealt with it well felt strong and coped. boxing day i was talking to my mum when she brought up how mean and abrubt the doctors were at telling my dad he had cancer they didnt give him chance to sit down he walked in and they said ' u've got two yrs left any questions. my dad apparantly passed out with shock... and since shes told me this i cant cope or deal with it my anxiety as come back and it hurts to think or talk about him. i worry wot he must have gone through. now i feel like this the last person i want to c is a doctor because they coulnt really care less
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