just needed someone to talk to, mom has a month or so to live, shes battled this since May of 07. the cancer she has is very agressive and kemo, radiation didnt help at all. should I talk to her about dieing or wait to see if she wants to talk? she is in a nurcing home right now, dad is there with her everyday and my brother and I go every week as we live farther away. I call her everyday and she is doing ok, well she is in no pain yet, and still eats well, but you can tell she is becoming confused more, forgets alot.I dont know how to let her go, we have always been so close.is anyone in my shoes? could really use some advice!!
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