I will pray for you, your cousin and her family.
How wonderful you are there for her. It's not easy to be alone and having support helps through such dificult times as cancer treatment. My church family helped me and my friends, I don't have any brothers or sisters, so I relied mostly on friends, but thank God they helped with meals and sent cards and gift cards to my kids. I know your cousin is very happy to have you. I have one cousin who was no help to me, after my double mastectomy she came to a christmas party in a skimpy top with her boobs hanging out. It made my husband so mad, but we said nothing, she obviously showed us what she cared most about. I tried to tell her of her risk of BC because of me, her aunt and grandma all had it, but she is still coming around our family parties letting it all hang out and denying the BC in our family. I pray you be checked as well, since your cousins had it and I pray that health and good times
fill your cousin's life up, so she can feel well enough to be the wife and mom she wants to be.Welcome to our group, keep us updated on her condition.
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