Michelle Lacy discusses the people in her life that help her care for her mother who is suffering from an Inoperable Brain Tumor.
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Well, I am very lucky. I have my brother and my sister, and we work really well together. We have to be careful, you know, in stressful situations you have to be, you know, make sure you think before you act or speak sometimes. Caring for a Relative with an Inoperable Brain Tumor I also have some very good friends that have been helpful and who will listen, and I can call or talk to or cry with or pray with. But I think the biggest thing for me is my faith that has been holding me because some days that’s all I have to hold on to. Some days when it’s feeling so overwhelming, and I am feeling really helpless and I feel like I am not doing enough, yeah, because I am so stressed and trying to take care of everybody and wondering if I am even doing enough for all of them, that my faith is really the only thing I hold on to.
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