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My mom died of cancer a few months ago and my brothers and I disagreed about whether our little sister should be told that our mother died. He wants to tell her, but I am sure that she is not ready for this. I think she will not live through this. Who is right? What should we do?
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She has the right to know. Tell her though she'll get hurt with the truth that your mother died.
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To my mind, your brother is right. You should tell your sister the truth. Yeah, it will be difficult for her to accept this information like for you to say about the mother`s death. After telling the truth all of you should turn to cancer bereavement support groups myallamericanhospice.com that are specializing in offering support to those who lost their family members or friends who were fighting cancer. Only there and thanks to professionals you will be able to cope with grief.
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You need to tell her the truth no matter how hard it is. Imagine how hard it is to not be able to say goodbye to your loved one without seeing her for the last time. How did you manage to keep it for months?
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How old is your sister?
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The situation is complicated. I think it's best if you tell your sister, but it's better if there's a psychologist around you.
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