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But we kinda brushed that aside and said "Oh, don't worry about us, we'll be fine, let's focus on you".

And, although that is the main focus during such a time, I think it would've also helped mum if we could've just talked about it.

To tell her that we were scared, that we would miss her terribly, and that she would always be a part of our lives after her death.

At the time it didn't seem appropriate, because accepting the inevitable wasn't an option for me.

In the meanitime, come back on here and let us know how you and your Mom are getting along. Lorraine Hi Heartbreaking, I joined the forum for the exact same reason - to talk to someone about my Mum's bowel cancer.

I can imagine how you feel because I feel it myself - scared, worried, devastated, but trying to stay strong for your Mum.

This is not something that anyone should have to go through alone.