14 years ago
Love is in the air. . .

Just found out sad news. . .?

My husband's mom, started having some issues a month ago and found out she had a brain tumor. They removed it last week. We just got the results back that it is milignent, and that it will come back. They have given her 6 months to 1 year. My husband has never dealt with losing someone. All of his grandparents are still alive. He is going through an extremely hard time right now. I know I can't take the pain away, but does anyone have any suggestions on what I can do to make him feel better? He called me from work crying,,,and I just have this huge lump in my throat and want to help or just to let him know I'm here for him. Please-any suggestions welcome. Thank you in advance. God Bless.
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14 years ago
arts
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All you can do is be there for him. Let him cry let him get it out. If he gets distant let it be, it may be his way of dealing with it. You and your family will be in my thought and prayers
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14 years ago
Anonymous
first everyone has to die some day but you have to look on the brighter side like if there was anything she wanted to do before she died bring her do it. She should make everday and adventure travel and see the world, at least you know it is comming in the near future, it could be like some people that die in car accidents unexpected by them and there families and they may have never got to do some of the things they would have wanted to do at least she has the chance to do that. May you 3 should find religon and pray for a merical also consualt other doctors and try to find other treatments and meathods of making this better, don't get discouraged if 100 of the new doctors say the same thing because it might be the 101 that can give a glimmer of hope. And if there is no doctor that finds a way to make her better when she passes it would be as painful because you know you exausted every possiable effert to make her better my prayers are with you all
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14 years ago
sunybuni
Best thing you can do is let him cry when he needs to and be there to hold him and snuggle with him. May God bless the two of you as you go through this crisis and use it to bring you closer to each other and to him.
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14 years ago
p rock
be there for him right thats the best thing you can do and god bless I will be praying for the family
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