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Hi, I'm just wondering how much people have told their children and at what stage? I have a son aged 3 who obviously knows very little, and daughters aged 7 and 8 who know about my first journey with cc last year, although we didn't tell them the full details until after my surgery and I had received clear results. My 8 year old is very mature but is also a huge worrier. 2 weeks ago I had my first 4 month checkup after radical hysterectomy and lymph node dissection in August and unfortunately it looks like my cancer is back. I have an urgent Colposcopy and biopsy tomorrow and an appointment in 2 weeks to get results and treatment plan. I guess my daughters will work out something is going on, they will be picked up from school by grandma on both occasions for a start and of course myself and my husband are going through some tough times emotionally. I am desperate to protect them but hate the thought of them being upset on their own or getting ideas in their head etc. Also last time we made a big fuss about me having got better and got rid of that horrible cancer in mummy's body, how can I possibly tell them it is back??? Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you xx