I feel very overwhelmed at times with my mom terminal cancer. I expect her passing possibly tonight. I find myself talking to her even though she is not technically deceased but is in a coma state. I explain my worries, fears, and concerns. I have much ahead of me I am actually just doing one task at a time to help my Dad. Sometimes I get angry at her for having cancer, which makes no sense. She is not at fault. Sometimes this talking really helps me. Thanks Bob
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