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  1. I’m so sorry for your loss and I am hoping that you and your father are doing okay as time goes on. I’m currently in almost the same situation you are in but with my grandmother. My mother is not handling it well at all and says she feels like she’s dying with my grandmother. I just don’t know what to do anymore. I’m so tired and just want everything to be okay.
  2. I’m 23 years old and I’m going through the worst moment of my life so far right now. My grandmother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer on June 25th of this year. We were told it was stage 2 at first, but a couple weeks later it was discovered to be at stage 4. She’s been getting treatment these past couple of months for it and it looked like things were looking up until yesterday. She was admitted to ICU cause of her low blood pressure, liver infection, UTI and a blockage in her kidney. It’s been a very stressful Christmas with her in the hospital and my mom hasn’t been taking things well either. She’s been dealing with severe anxiety and depression since the diagnosis and everything that happend yesterday has made her have a lot mental breakdowns to the point where she is hyperventilating and having chest pains and crying uncontrollably. I love my mom so much and it hurts seeing her like this. I just don’t know what to do anymore, I know that through this God has a plan but it’s just so much to handle and ins cared if anything happens to my grandmother my mom will just lose herself to the grief. I just really need prayer right now I know God is capable of turning this situation around, but it’s just so overwhelming.
  3. I’m sorry for all the stressful things this situation has put you through. I hope your father is around today for Christmas and that you can enjoy some quality time with him. Im currently going through a similar situation to you right now. I’m also in college still and my grandmother is battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer. We got news yesterday that she also has a liver infection, UTI and a blockage in her kidney. It’s all so unbearably hard to deal with especially around this time of year and my mom is not taking it well at all. She’s been having mental breakdowns from the stress and the therapy sessions from accessing her emotions and I just I’m scared for her if it turns worse. I’m sorry to vent on your post but I just don’t know what to do anymore.
  4. I’m pretty new to these forum things so I’m not entirely sure how they work. But I’m 23 years old and my grandma is currently battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer right now. It’s been a rough couple of months for my mom and I and on yesterday on Christmas Eve we got more bad news. She had developed an infection In her liver as well as a UTI and a blockage in her kidney. She’s not doing terribly but not doing good, somewhere in the middle. But this all happening around Christmas time is just making it unbearable for my mom and I. My mother has always been a blessing in my life, she is a very strong woman and someone who I can’t live without right now. I didn’t have a father growing up so she was both my parents. this whole situation has made her so unstable and I don’t know if she’s gonna be okay if my grandmothers condition gets worse. She’s been hyperventilating, and crying uncontrollably, and battling depression and anxiety and I just wanna be there to support her through this but it’s just so unbelievably hard when I’m also fighting depression and anxiety too. I want her to be okay but I feel like throughout all this I’m losing her.
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