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Julie Fatato

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  1. Feeling lost

    Hi , I am feeling lost? Numb? Not exactly sure I guess. On November 22, 2016 I lost my mom to cancer( uterine). She was diagnosed in 2014 . She had surgery to remove uterus etc. she went through chemo and radiation treatments and was in remission . She was cancer free for almost a year and then she found a lump in her neck. She had a cat scan done and found tumors from her uterus all the way up to her neck in her lymph nodes. I'll never forget the day the dr told us. My body instantly felt hot and tingley. I knew in that moment I would lose my mom that was March 3, 2016. She was gone 8 months later. I was there for her until her last breath. I watched her go from the strongest woman I knew to someone who was so helpless. My mom was from Vietnam and had an unimaginable horrific childhood. She truly gave up her life and happiness to care for me and my brothers. I miss her and am angry she was taken from us so soon. My husband told me I should see a therapist for my grief but I don't really know what to say? I just miss her. I feel like a functional zombie if that makes sense.