I was having a really good day. I was having fun with my kids and cleaning up my kitchen. But as I was making dinner I got a visit from in grandfather and grandmother in law. I love them both just like they were mine and I am really attached to them. My grandfather in law had prostate cancer back in 95 and had radiation for it. It went into remission but it has come back. He cannot have any treatments other then trying to freeze the tumor on his prostate. His diagnosis dosnt look good. They came over tonight to tell me that he will be having the freezing done on Monday and if that dosnt work there is no options left. I was really upset and since it was right before dinner I piged out big time. I had two big bowls of chicken rice a roni and a turkey and cheese sandwich. I ate so much the my stomach really hurts and I feel all bloated. I want to purge so badly and take a laxative. Help me please.
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