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I am investigating it as his doctor never picked up on it either. His expartner is not talking to me either and I miss my grand kids so much.I would love to keep in touch with you as nobody seems to realy understand my grief. Like you, I too am a mother who has lost an adult child to death.I lost my beautiful kind and talented daughter to stomach cancer at the age of 26 in October 2014.I see so many posts from people who have lost parents and partners to cancer but nothing from bereaved parents.I lost my son on the 2nd January after he had been ill with Chronic Pancreatis for 20 months then three days before he died they said he had cancer of his pancrease, liver and bones.They said they had not seen such a aggressive form of cancer.They are a part of your son and should remain a part of your life.Only you can answer their questions about their father and what he was like as a child.
Certainly it would be better if the children's mother would get past her anger, (or whatever is going on for her) and reconnect with you too, but if not, you still need to maintain some kind of connection with the children, not only for your benefit, but for theirs too. Wendy, I'm so sorry for your loss of your young daughter and the illness of your friend who is fighting cancer.
Even though the death of my son was different than the loss of your children, that loss and the trauma of losing a child to death is unimaginable and impossible to describe unless you've experienced it yourself. There was no indication whatsoever that he was suicidal and he hadn't threatened it to my knowledge.
He was married with two children and living in another Province at the time of his death.
I would love to hear from other bereaved parents who know what I am going through Hi there, I'm really sorry to see that you lost your daughter to this dreaded disease.
I've always thought that losing a child would be the worst of worse.They remain very close to me and are very much a part of my life.