When I Had To Tell My Son He Has A Brain Tumor–TheMighty.com

Written by Patti M Hall

“I couldn’t fix this for him, take away the sting or push it to the edge of his thoughts until later. I could do that with a lost hockey game, failed test or harsh words on the playground. That is regular Mom stuff. ”

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When I Had to Tell My Son He Has A Brain Tumor

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