Hello! I`m almost forty six & live with my son (26 yrs) and daughter (22 yrs).On June twenty fifth I found out I have uterine cancer.After telling my kids I told my parents & sister.Right away my sister called her friend who does medical transcription to see what happens next.They act like her opinion is better then my drs! My mother has been asking people what they think of me having cancer (??) and asking my kids if I`m scared.She has been talking behind my back telling everyone I`m not taking this seriously.I asked her why she kept saying that but she won`t answer.When I told her I have looked it up online,talked to ppl that have had it,gone to a specialist all she says is I knew you`d look it up.She also told me none of us are taking this very well.This is not the first time shes acted this way.In fact she even called my dr before.Two nights ago I called her & tried talking to her (My mistake!)She has decided who is going when I have surgery etc & that my daughter can`t stay there.So she tells my daughter I`m just worried & scared & taking it out on her.No I just want her off my back! Last night she told me theres nothing wrong with whats shes doing & Im making her out to be a terrible person.Any ideas????
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