thank you for your kind words I will tell the two eldest of my progression after the weddin, but not before as it gives the new chemo hopefully chance to work As for my twelve year old perhaps I do need to be more honest with him as he is a smart cookie and no double will research more about my condition on the internet I am staying positive, each day I think I will beat this but its just hard x
I was diagnosed in March 2011 after losing mum to breast cancer and subsequently secondaries in my liver. For 3 and1/4 years I have kept this at bay now to find that the liver tumours and growing and multiple deposits in my bones... I am now on denosumab for bone strengthing and gem carbo chemotherapy for the liver as well as calcium and vit d tablets Has anyone had any success on this, trying to stay positive as my daughter is getting married in October but its hard when I think I probably wont see the other two kids make it down the aisle. Do I tell my 12 year old the truth - he asked me today where my cancer had recurred to and I tried to keep it light saying its trying to break out in my liver, but he's not stupid and will start asking too many questions that i'm not ready to truthfully answer yet. Also do I tell my girls now (19 and 21) or wait till after the wedding - dont want to be a party pooper. Its so hard to stay positive, help!