Brain Cancer

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I’ve just turned sixty life has been turned upside down in the last five years. My memory has been hit for at least last fifteen years. Apparently it started about five years got bad headaches and being sick at work etc. Eventually doctors got me in to see consultant, followed by scans, chemotherapy and operation. Eventually the chemo not working and after operating to take a sample the consultant came to see and family to give be news that it was rare cancers and given 3 months to live. I I remember about hospital was those words, so wife fought to get me home. Now two years later still here getting stronger, walking still like I have two many to drink. 
This year my wife said she was leaving me coming out with some rubbish about money, but I believe because of memory and living why past my three months. She found someone to take care of her needs, which I not been able to do as I have permanent catheter. Got three lovely kids, stuck cannot drive or walk far. Wife will not talk because I took our motoabilty car back. As she was swanning around in a brand new car but left me whose allowance was paying for it. Plus new boyfriend doesn’t want her talking to be, he must be scared of me cancer and catheter. 
That’s a short story of my life with cancer diagnosis, my son has pictures of me in hospital, but perhaps no memory helps me. 
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  • Hi One2many

    a warm welcome to the group. So sorry to hear about all that you've been through and are still going through. I hope your family and friends are supporting you as much as they can.

    It’s always good to talk so please remember that you can also call the Macmillan Support Services on 0808 808 00 00 - most services are open 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week Clicking here to see what is available. This service provides lots of cancer information, emotional support, benefit and financial guidance or just a listening ear.

    For now though stay strong, focus on getting physically stronger and take things one step at a time.

    love n hugs

    Wee Me xx

    Macmillan Support Line - 0808 808 00 00, 7 days a week between 8am-8pm