[Must-see for parents of pediatric cancer patients]
Teach the true feelings of a child with childhood cancer
I will explain when I developed childhood cancer (osteosarcoma) in the summer of 10 years old (3rd grade of elementary school).
I developed osteosarcoma inside the bone at the base of my right foot.
At that time (40 years ago), I was notified of cancer to my child, confirmed the approval of right leg amputation surgery to prolong my life, and was sentenced to life expectancy.
From this experience
◼️ Tell the true feelings of a child with childhood cancer
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“Mom, I’m sorry I got cancer.”
Recommended for parents and close relatives of children with cancer.
[Patients with pediatric cancer think that it is their influence that the feelings and hearts of those around them have become dark since they developed cancer.]
To put it more simply
The cause is
Parents and close relatives
(including those around them)
Pediatric cancer patients receive the
feelings of the people around them.
Sensitive enough to be incomparable to those around you
I feel sorry for my parents in
If I don’t even get cancer
Everyone’s feelings are very well communicated.
I’m glad that you always take care of me and give me a sympathy.
My illness not only made my body but also the hearts of everyone around me.
To my parents
My cancer taught me a lot.
I feel the kindness and love from everyone, and I still have to do my best.
I will continue to fight cancer.
I will regain my energy and continue to live with a smile.