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19 minutes ago, iworkwhippets said:

I rest in peace Tanya, a wicked disease. lost my mum aged 53 we it. and my sister, in her 30s, and now my lady has terminal cancer, and im struggling both mentally and physically. up no later than 6am, do the housework before she gets up, wash any last nights supper dishes cos I was to knackered last night to do em, she gets up. I escort her down stairs, what once was a healthy buxom lady is now a bag of bones, and its heart braking to see. I change her dressings, give her her tablets. the only time venture out these days is to pay bills, or food shopping, a far cry from the days when I was out wi my mate Nell and ferrets, I even have to wash my ladies her cos shes to weak,

Sat here for a while trying to think of something to say,fecking speechless i am ......

Just hope you both find strength for a happy tomorrow mate...

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Terrible disease that afflicts so many.

RIO Tanya and stay strong Vinnie. 

I watched a really thought provoking documentary last night. I'm going to put it on another thread. Anyone who has experienced or is experiencing cancer, should take 2 hours to watch it. I know it's changed me and what I believe.

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2 hours ago, iworkwhippets said:

I rest in peace Tanya, a wicked disease. lost my mum aged 53 we it. and my sister, in her 30s, and now my lady has terminal cancer, and im struggling both mentally and physically. up no later than 6am, do the housework before she gets up, wash any last nights supper dishes cos I was to knackered last night to do em, she gets up. I escort her down stairs, what once was a healthy buxom lady is now a bag of bones, and its heart braking to see. I change her dressings, give her her tablets. the only time venture out these days is to pay bills, or food shopping, a far cry from the days when I was out wi my mate Nell and ferrets, I even have to wash my ladies her cos shes to weak,

I can’t begin to imagine what that’s like , and I hope you find the strength to continue to care for her and that you keep healthy. After reading it I looked at my wife and thought “what if that was me “? You can take the ones you love for granted. I went over and gave her a hug , “ what’s that for “? She said, “ nothing “ . ATB

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whippets sorry to hear this mate life can be very cruel at times ,keep your chin up mate

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your right shovel bud none of uss know whats around the corner at the minute we are all looking after a good mate of mine that had a stroke ,it brings tears to my eyes he used to be a big powerfull lad very strong now he cant wash or feed him self,thats what proper mates are for to be there for eache other I could not imagine losing my partner even though my kids are up,god knows what vinny is going through,hopefully he will have good people around him to support him,i know when my mum died I was 20 it did not hit me till after the funeral I hit drink badly it was the big fellehs oldest brother that gave me a good wake up call or god knows what id of done I was fighting all the time getting drunk my way of coping with it ,but we are all different some bottle it up ,I was on the doors years ago when 3 lads were taking the piss out this skinny kid with glasses on,viv graham at the time warned them to pack it in ,the next night I found out the kid waited for them to leave the club and done the 3 of them with a brick it was in the papers ,he had just buried his mum that day problaby never had a fight in his life,like I say we are all different I found hitting the bottle is not the answere

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10 minutes ago, j j m said:

your right shovel bud none of uss know whats around the corner at the minute we are all looking after a good mate of mine that had a stroke ,it brings tears to my eyes he used to be a big powerfull lad very strong now he cant wash or feed him self,thats what proper mates are for to be there for eache other I could not imagine losing my partner even though my kids are up,god knows what vinny is going through,hopefully he will have good people around him to support him,i know when my mum died I was 20 it did not hit me till after the funeral I hit drink badly it was the big fellehs oldest brother that gave me a good wake up call or god knows what id of done I was fighting all the time getting drunk my way of coping with it ,but we are all different some bottle it up ,I was on the doors years ago when 3 lads were taking the piss out this skinny kid with glasses on,viv graham at the time warned them to pack it in ,the next night I found out the kid waited for them to leave the club and done the 3 of them with a brick it was in the papers ,he had just buried his mum that day problaby never had a fight in his life,like I say we are all different I found hitting the bottle is not the answere

When my brother died, I did the same, only for a short while. Hit the drink and scrapping. My dad.. he hasn't stopped since 2003. His way of coping put him in hospital the other week because his blood-alcohol levels were too low 🤦‍♂️

He lost his son, his sister and his dad in the space of fuuck all years. We all deal with shit different but drink and drugs should never be the path.

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your right mushroom mate

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Rip Tanya feel for vinnie worst disease watched my dad 4 years ago get taken by it was ok 6 weeks later gone watched him take is last breath gutted isn’t the word got my  Wheaton bull greyhound day after i put my dad to rest so named him Steve after him so at least now when I’m out doing what i do in my mind ive still got a bit of him with us if you no what i mean guys atb longers01 

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nothing worse longers mate,theres a lot of us been touched through this fecking horrible disease and lost loved ones

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You’re right there mate it’s wrong pal but at the moment that’s life pal until they find a cure for it and in my eyes they will and the sooner the better mate atb for you and your family pal and happy hunting mate atb longers01 

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4 hours ago, iworkwhippets said:

I rest in peace Tanya, a wicked disease. lost my mum aged 53 we it. and my sister, in her 30s, and now my lady has terminal cancer, and im struggling both mentally and physically. up no later than 6am, do the housework before she gets up, wash any last nights supper dishes cos I was to knackered last night to do em, she gets up. I escort her down stairs, what once was a healthy buxom lady is now a bag of bones, and its heart braking to see. I change her dressings, give her her tablets. the only time venture out these days is to pay bills, or food shopping, a far cry from the days when I was out wi my mate Nell and ferrets, I even have to wash my ladies her cos shes to weak,

A tough call , the mark of a good and true man that rises to the need ..

I wish you well mate .

 

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The up most respect to you mate and feel for you pal atb longers01 

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hopefully one day we will get a cure longers mate

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same to you bud

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