Dane, it was a hard video to watch. Been there done that . Eight months in remission . Your statement for the video stands true . To look at a person's exterior doesn't always show what's going on on the inside , physically or emotionally . Take Jason . His battle was not being able to stop the pain his wife was going through . To watch your loved one suffer has to be emotionally hard .I may be wrong , I hope I'm wrong but I think for the most part we are selfish humans . A sucks to be you type attitude . I know speaking for myself , I look at people differently now . Cheers , Dave N
Hi Dave,I can only imagine the toll my diagnosis took on my wife. I aged years from treatment. I have no doubt she did as well. I'd rather be on my end than Tracy's or Jason's. I suspect it is easier.
Amazing, sad and still hopeful story.
I made it as far as the cat scan scene, then the tubes brought me back...too close to home. I have always given my wife carte blanche to leave me during and post cancer, as I am a much older, and different person than when I went in for my colonoscopy. She has stayed with me, and I am lucky for that. I see in her eyes what my pain does to her... it is heartbreaking. Sometimes I want her to leave me and pursue a life with a healthy individual. Mostly, I am just in awe at the love she has shown me and hope, someday, I can return it in full.Rusty
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