It has been two weeks since she died. I don't want to write up a big essay about it I just want to hear some comfort and talk to people about this cancer, since you guys have probably been through the same thing.
I'm an 18 year old boy that needs his mum. She was with me a month ago. I loved her so much, we were best friends, and she was helping me through all of my social and emotional problems. My only refuge that I held dear to me.

Two weeks later, she's dead. I've gone two weeks without her.
She just gets diagnosed and then within a couple weeks she's gone.

I miss her so much, what do I do.
Also, Christian talk here is welcome. I believe in Jesus.

Suz wrote:

Dear Exoaria,  I am a Christian too. And I will keep you and your mother in my prayers. My sister was told 8 months but its been 13 months now  and her blood work is very good and getting maintenance chemo now every 3 weeks and her Onc. Is amazed. We are now treating her ICC as a chronic illness. Don't ever give up hope. I do believe it is very helpful to have someone to talk to and be on this walk with you and your Mom. A trusted person from church to pray with is very comforting. Come back here often and get support.

Love and prayers,

I am so glad to hear that your sister is making it past the time she was told to live. I will keep your sister in mine as well, it's a real blessing that she is moving through and may there be many more days to come where she gets on better. We will continuously go to church to get her prayed for, and we will all pray together.
Thank you for your support and kindness.

Thank you to Darla and Mary as well.

We have an entire family of 10+ around my mum, she is in hospital at the moment with jaundice as we all gather around her and support her. She does not spend even a minute alone, there is ALWAYS someone in the room with her and we understand what both the gastro specialists and the Oncologists are saying.
It's just confusing when the Oncologists are saying something different to the guys in gastro.

She has not started the chemotherapy yet, however she is in hospital with a stent waiting for the jaundice to leave. Then she can come home and start her treatment.

Again, thank you for the kind words. Please keep her in your prayers.

My mum has bile duct cancer, it's "quite extensive" as the gastro specialists said. However the Oncologist seemed to be saying that it could be managed, and that she could live her life managing her illness like someone with diabetes. I don't understand how those two opinions can both effectively be true. The cancer professionals with PhD's are saying that she's going to live a long and normal life managing her Cholangiocarcinoma however the gastro doctors are saying she has less than a year to live.

I hope one of these miracles occur in my mother's life. She is such a beautiful woman and I need her with me. I don't want help yet, I don't want to try and place logic on this situation - that's what a professional will do. I want to have faith that she will be healed.

Thank you so very much for your kind words.

Recently my mother was diagnosed with this awful cancer. We are both Christians, or whole family are Christians.
I know that this is probably more of a forum on a medical standpoint, and I respect that my mother has a life threatening disease but I'm not giving in yet based on everything I have believed growing up.

I'm still young, only 18, and I need my mother. I adore her, I love her and she probably means more to me than anything else on this planet. I haven't gone on a school camp, even in my last year of school - I couldn't even sleep over my dad's house because I missed my mum too much and cannot bare to be away from her. I grew up with terrible anxiety disorders that I learned to manage simply by having my mother with me, getting through suicidal thoughts and making everything better - I was finally getting happy just with my mother there every step of the way.

I can't go on without her, and I love her to pieces. I am simply too attached, never having gone a day without her in my life - I need her.

Not sure if this belongs in the grief management, but it is an introduction nonetheless, and she is still alive.

As the title suggests, I don't know if anyone here does believe in a God, but if you do... just pray that she recovers. I need her, she is the standing point in every part of my life.
I need her to be okay.