spend as much time as you possibly can with your mom and if she starts acting abnormal - yelling at you for things that are strange - remember that it is cancer doing it - my father died 3 weeks ago from lung cancer - at the end he acted strange - also ask hospice worker they may have counselors available - my father was adamantly against hospice - but the last week he was alive and in hospital we dealt with pallative care workers - they were wonderful helped a lot with transition - remember the good times with her and forget the bad ones and remember that you are a good person and normal for having a hard time with dealing with itView Thread
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