Hi everyone, I really need some strong advice here. My daughter’s father has been going through cancer for three years, and I have been the one to sit down and talk to her about everything that’s going on I just found out today that he’s got two weeks to live and he wants me to sit down and tell her, and honestly I think the best thing is for her and her dad to sit down, and he discusses everything with her but I don’t know if I should be there in just let them have that one on one time to talk please anyone give me the best advice you can I would appreciate it so much
Be there near by but let him tell her
They’ll both need your support.
Prayers for all of you.
I am so sorry How old is your daughter? Might help to have both her parents there with this news. Prayers mama!
I’m so sorry (((hugs)))
With a situation like that your daughter is going to need all the love and support she can get. Be there but allow him to be the one that tells her.
Shes going to need both of you.
You being there supporting them isn’t going to hurt anyone.
I’d ask him to sit down with her.
But if that’s too much for him, (because it might be and that’s understandable) I’d sit down and explain it to her as gently but honestly as I could. You can probably look up advice on ways to do that on google.
Either way, I’m sorry you’re in this situation. I’ll keep your family in my prayers. Good luck
Both of you being there
Both of y’all should be there and explain it to her. Of course age appropriate. But she should have both of you there for emotional support.
Kids are strong. Just be honest. I just had to tell my boys about my brother who was battling cancer and passed away. Honesty is key.
He needs to tell her.
Yes, you absolutely need to be there.
Very sorry. It sucks. My husband was sick for 8 yrs. My kids were 12 and 18. It’s going to be very hard.
Be there with her they’ll both need your support through it all…
May God intervene amen🙏
It’s something you should talk about all together as a family, if you want him to do the talking that’s fine but be there for support for both of then
Such a very sad story. Who ever tells her, both of you need to be there. Tell her together. It will strengthen all of you.
Prayers for your family. Tell her together, no doubt.
Do it together or be near by when he does. So sorry to hear that, prayers
Let him tell her, you be there for support, be her strength.
It depends on her age how you approach the subject with her. I would get a good child therapist and all of you sit down to tell her. She is going to need a professional to help her get through this.
My heart breaks my prayers are with you.