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Maybe it's because I'm the last person at the end of the day. Or maybe because I am the one always around. But it seems that my wife has an anger that only gets let out at me. That a million other people might have done her wrong today, but I'm going to be the one to hear it. And if I dare say something back, that don't I know she has cancer and she's going to die. And that she wishes god would take her in these six months. I do my best to just listen. But something's I will not take as the final verdict. I will not give up on my wife. I will always keep hope that there is a option that will work. That there is always something the Drs and nurses can do to help with palliative care. It's hard to stay strong when the person you are trying to stay strong for won't seem to want to fight the demon inside. And I know that this is a battle her body will fight solo. But that I am here too, to love her through it and try to give her my every ounce of strength to keep pushing. And that she is my other half, so I feel sad and empty at the thought of her not wanting to believe in having hope so early in the game.