ErinC1973 Posted July 12, 2006 Share Posted July 12, 2006 I saw this question on the General Board, for survivors and loved ones. But I'm curious to know, do any of you encounter this question about the ones you've lost? I find this question VERY offensive and I feel like it puts me on the spot. I usually wind up fumbling something like, "She did, but she quit back in 1999 when my dad died of lung cancer and she was diagnosed with breast cancer 7 weeks later." Somehow, answering with "That's a very personal question" doesn't seem right, because they're not asking about ME. Yes, my mother smoked. Yes, the smoking caused her LC. But does it mean that I hurt from missing her any less? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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