We are with your dad, no doubts
Take care and try to be STRONG mo matter what, it will be hard (I know, my mother had cancer), but you must be strong for him, just like he is and was for you all your life
Very sorry to hear man. Its gotta be horrible. I really hope he pulls through and beats it. Dont let him give up. Once a person thinks they cant do something, they usually cant, so keep him in good spirits.
Very sorry to hear this. It is something nobody should have to go through. I spent 2 weeks in a hospital room with my mom watching her fight for her life. We were told that she had no more than a few days left to live and to get family together to say goodbyes but things turned around and she kicked its ass. She is now 1.5 yrs cancer free and just finally getting back on her feet.
Reading this and thinking about how little I see or talk to my dad (and my mom too), I actually got teary-eyed. I never really thought about how if it wasn't for him, I wouldn't have grown up around guitars or music.
I'm really sorry my brother, I can't imagine what it feels like. I'll keep your family in my thoughts.
It makes me sad to think that you are in this kind of situation, I hope you get the best support from your family and friends, and in this case, this forum. I also hope, that things will go on painlessly for your fathers disease, and that you will tell him everything that you wrote here. He gave his life to you, and I'm sure he's proud to be your father. I hope the best to you and your father, and I'm fully sure that you have the support and love of this forum and ''family'' entirely.
My dearest and deepest sympathies,
Stay strong bro!
wish good luck to both of you!
sad news.....don't put it down
my dad he died in Romania from mafia 6 years ago....now i have to help my sister to graduate medicine + if i want something like gear i have to work more...so i really wish you the best man! tell your dad to kick cancer for good!
Wow i definitely know how you feel guy, makes me want to cry, thinking of my father. I lost my dad in 2006 to cancer and i was only 18 at the time in High school. It's the toughest thing I've ever gone through. It's a hard time losing someone you love, especially, you're parent.
Just be with him and cherish every moment. tell him how much you love him.
I'd give anything to hear my dad pick on me one more time.