I’m not sure what to tell when I’m told that my husband has been diagnosed with cancer, but I do know that the word “chronic” has been thrown around a lot in our marriage.
The truth is, it’s been hard to keep up with.
It has been so hard that when I say I have no idea what to expect from him, he does not know what I mean.
He’s a big man, so he has to do a lot of thinking and a lot more talking than I do.
I’ve learned that I don�t need to be perfect with him or my children, but my husband deserves better than what I have right now.
My husband’s cancer diagnosis is a serious issue and a significant one.
As you can imagine, we have struggled for some time trying to figure out what is going on and what treatment options are out there for him.
The truth of the matter is, he has no idea how to get through this difficult time.
But now that he is on the mend, I know that there are a few things I can do to make him feel more comfortable in his recovery.
In order to do that, I need to show him that there is hope and that the world is out there.
In addition to giving him hope, I also need to talk to him about what’s going on with our children.
We’ve talked about the issues with our son, but he has not really taken to it.
So now that I have a little more time to think about it, I’m going to help him understand that I love him, too.
If you would like to read more from me on this topic, please go to: The Truth About Cancer and my blog at: This is my truth.