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  1. my dad's dying and i'm 15

    I'm 15 and a few months ago in March my dad was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer. within the last 8 months I've moved, switched schools, and pretty much have lost all my friends. I miss my dad so much the person he is now really isn't him. I feel like this wasn't fair because he was such a great person, he was loving and caring and even saved someone's life before. I wish everything could go back to the way it was before he got sick. my dads neurosurgeon told us about a week ago that the cancer is back again and we can have him go through another surgery or just stick to chemotherapy. I know he's getting weaker and he doesn't have much longer to live. he's always telling us he wants to die and that he's miserable and that breaks my heart so bad. I know he's gonna die really soon and I was just wondering if anyone has any advice for how to cope with this now and after he passes.
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