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.