Posted: 12/04/2014 at 00:08
After reading ( and be-leaving to my self it was bladder cancer??? ) Its all too close for my liking. Sorry again if i miss understood.
You need to know your new diagnosis and how far advanced it is and then let us know, please. I don’t know anything about what that diagnose means as its too vague, from what you say. Would you mind telling us about it, and what it means for you?
How is it affecting your day-to-day life and what part of that can we help you with?
I’m so sorry to hear that You are struggling with this.
What is the worst part of this for you and how can we help make this a bit easier for you?
Know need to be shy now mate. That stiff upper lip will lower eventually, And you have shared it now.
A problem shared with a friend is a problem halved. A problem shared with a GW community is spread world wide and then it is no longer a problem as every one knows and try to help!!! LOL.
The thing is and every one is trying to avoid saying is that "that’s depressing, let’s not talk about dying" Its part of life Mike and we all know it.
Will you ever be good again?
It echoes in my mind now over and over again.
Will you ever think the same again? Will anything ever be as good again?
Answer is: Yes it will but it might be different. I hate change as much as you but its not always a bad thing. look at us now. I'm on a computer and letting you know (instant) I miss the stamps!
As a last thing can i just drag up a comment that my grandmother said. I always love my grandmother’s suggestion for one of the best questions you can ask in any situation whether it be posed to a friend, a spouse, a child, a shit***r. When someone comes to you with a complaint, a problem, or a worry asking the simple question, “Do you just want me to listen or do you want my advice?” I hope i understand what type of man you are and will understand the question. Its down to you Mike. We are here if you need us.