I am sorry you have joined us but you came to the right place. My father (65) was diagnosed back in May and it felt like someone took my heart out and cut it into pieces. He didn't show any signs either, other than loss of appetite and an episode of extreme gas. It is in his liver too. He was stage four when first diagnosed.
Now he is doing so well. He will finish his 8th round of chemo and we know due to last scan thinks have shrunk. Please don't take it as a death sentence as I did. There is hope. We don't know the outcome but every day we are thankful he is here and staying positive (SO IMPORTANT). Chemo hasn't been the greatest (of course, because it is a change in their daily lives) but he deals. He is actually going hunting this weekend with my brothers and friends. He can't shoot because of his port but he feels good enough to go along for the ride. WE ARE SO HAPPY FOR THAT!!!
I know you need time to allow it to sink in but stay with us and ask away. This place is full of info and great people. Allow us to support you and answer any questions we can (not me though, I just try to give support, understanding and positive updates). I ask a lot of questions.
If I can be of any help, let me know. Take it one day at a time. God bless you and your children.