Life

Since my dad’s recent diagnosis, I’ve felt a change, in how I view each day.

[I asked my dad if I could share his diagnosis for prayers, he said yes]

I feared, the worst thing that could happen to my dad, was losing his memory.

Forgetting me.

Dementia, isn’t so bad now. Now that the cancer has spread to his bones.

I feel more patient, as I answer the same questions, repeatedly.

[remembering, when I was little, I asked questions, just to hear his voice. And being able to talk to him about anything]

I google everything. But I can’t seem to google bone cancer.

But from the degree of compassion I have recieved, makes me, make this plea.

Please, All eyes who see this, Please pray for my Dad.

I’ve come to appreciate, life and death.

So I pray that, the rest of my dad’s life, is quality life.

And that I am able to spend, much of that time with him.

Without obstacles.

I thank my sister, for handling the medical stuff with my dad (When we were little, she reassured me, when my dad was out)

I couldn’t.

(I never envisioned a time, it would be necessary, for my dad)

I thank my mom, his wife, for All, she does.

And I thank everyone, for their sincere expressions of love and support.

Sincerely, Yvette

Author: My Life with mental illness

I have dealt with depression, most of my life and I've tried different antidepressant. With the right diagnosis and med mix, I have lost 40 pounds. And I am managing, my mental illnesses.

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