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Posted by: lee | 2008/07/04

RE: post 1894 - Cancer shock

Thank you for the advice, but she and my dad are refusing counseling...

I saw him today and he is fading, she was friendly towards me - I can imagine it is difficult for her too.

They don't want counseling and obviously I can't force them.

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Yes, you generally can't force people to do what's good for them. Maybe she's recognizing that she may soon be alone, and could be softening in her approach to you. Avoid conflict, and spend quality time with your dad, which you will treasure in months and years to come.

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