My husband has been diagnosed with Leukemia recently and I don't know how to react or if I am doing just fine I love him more than I love myself and I just want to be positive I often tear up and cry but I feel like I should hide this from him as if he were to see me cry he might think I have no hope. It is my hope hoping that some people here can help me to better help him after all who better to get advice from then people who have the experience from being in his shoes.View Thread
In response to regdad , thank you so much for your advice. I have such a giving heart and to not show him how I care or worry for our future is completely out of my own character. But your advice ( coming from a tough rugged man ) means the world to me. I have been talking to him more about my fears and silly me of course we have the same fears and the same dreams but unfortunately he wishes to push me and the kids out of the equation now basic male he feels that he should take care of it himself so now I have to figure out is it right to give him space or should I stand my ground ... I guess only time will tell but one thing is true I will always be by his side no matter what. I am so happy to hear that you have friends and loved ones to support you so often i see stories on here when people don't have these blessings and I find myself cursing at my PC which is not my most Christlike feature lol. God bless you, you will be in my prayers.View Thread
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