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    Crying in front of your husband
    Anon_31146 posted:
    I completely understand how you feel. I think that cancer is something to cry about for a loved one. I also agree that from time to time it is good to cry together, the ordeal is painful to endure. I think I tend to worry a bit more then some, so I did hide SOME of the crying. You will be the best judge on what he can handle as far as seeing you cry. Just because you are crying does not mean you have no hope. Try to stay positive for each other, but also allow yourself to let it out and if the timing is not right for him, then go outside or to a park or just away from him for a little while. The way he copes and the way you cope might be totally different. Just love each other the best you can, stay positive and pray often. God bless you both and strengthen you for this journey you are both about to endure.

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