I am 45 years old and and just found out that my Mom has B/C and they also found the same kind in her pelvic area. She told me that she is stage 4. She just had her first Chemo session this past week. I am having a VERY hard time dealing with this as we just lost my Father-in law last year to Cancer. My Mom seems to be taking it well, but I feel more depressed. She told me that she does not want to be around people that make her feel down, which I fully understand, but it is hard. I am a very emotional person and it is hard for me to hold it in. What can I do to get out of these feeling and be happier and supportive for my Mom's sake? I feel lost and alone.
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