My Mothers Breast Cancer
2 pages (500 words)
We learn at a young age to handle the sorrows of defeat. We learn to pick ourselves back up, redefine our goals, and charge back into the game that we call life. There is nothing, however, that can prepare a child for a parent's serious illness. Death, to be sure, is inevitable, but how often do we really consider the effects of death How often do we truly imagine life without the person most dear to us I imagine that people imagine such an occurrence superficially, that they think of it in abstract terms, but these types of thoughts do not do justice to the true depth of the pain when presented with the prospect of losing someone whom means the whole world to you.