When people learn that my husband died of lung cancer, they often ask "Did he smoke?" Sometimes they don't even ask. They just assume and say "Oh, he smoked".
And lately, I really don't have the energy to explain that his father and grandfather both died of lung cancer, or that he had a job that involved a lot of exposure to asbestos and brake dust, or that lung cancer rates among nonsmokers in the US are rising.
I know that in most cases, people don't mean any harm, but this morning I felt like saying "What are you asking? Are you asking if he deserved to die or what??"
That's why I need this board................it's a safe place for me to vent.
I'm watching my calories, working out regularly, but I am still putting on weight. My stomach is big, which is my major bug bear, I hate sitting down and seeing the bulges, I dont know what I am doing wrong, can anyone help!
Wendy pasted away today after a very short battle with cancer there is a very large emptiness in my heart ,its so fresh its hard to not be numb .I already miss her and wish she was with me . I love you Wendy and you will be missed