My mom had Hodgkin's disease about 20 years ago. About 2 weeks ago, she was diagnosed with NHL. At our home, it is just her, me, oru 2 dogs, our guinea pig, and a fish, so I am the one taking care of my mother. We have a lot of support from family and family, but I don't feel like I can talk to any of them and that they don't really understand. I don't want to go to a psychiatrist. We don't have the money for it. I just...need someone to talk to that understands what i am going through.....Can anyone help?
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