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My brother lost his sight

Two months ago, my nine-year-old brother has had a tumor removed from his brain. He seems to be doing really well, the only problem is...
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Its ok , i had a brain tumour once when i was 10. Its not nice at all but you are so brave and caring about him and you help him read and maybe you could talk to your parents
about it but if they are too stressed , its best not to
say anything , GOOD LUCK and i hope you Brother gets his
eye sight better and i have high hopes for him Smile x

by xxDannyxx on 3/30/2011 10:46:05 PM

 
 

I'm so sorry sweetie, this must be really hard for you. Im sure that you ever want to talk to anyone, your friends are there for you. And the school conceleur is also there to help you. Be brave for him. He looks up to you and if he sees that you are upset, he might start feeling worse emotionally.

by CatieD on 1/20/2011 3:52:01 PM

 
 

That is really sad mm BFF's cousin has Batten's Disease and he can't see anything at all. It's really sad to think about anything like that.

by nerdisthewurd26 on 1/14/2011 3:43:07 PM

 
 

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Hey girl, The best thing would be to talk to him directly, in a one-on-one convo.  If that doesn't feel right yet, consider if there is another adult you can talk to that you trust.  Think of someone who would be supportive but also could keep it confidential (a counselor would be great if you don't know someone).  They can help you think through the best way to handle the situation and approach your dad.  No matter what, if you do approach him, make sure he knows you love him and support him no matter what.  xoxo

Marie H.

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by frizzheadgal on 12/15/2010 8:00:06 PM

 
 

That is very sad. God bless and I hope everything gets bttr

by samigurl on 12/10/2010 7:25:11 PM

 
 

i'm so sorry about that.

by aqua girl on 12/7/2010 9:13:28 PM

 
 

Aww, I'm so sorry about your brother girlie. I find it so brave and thoughtful of you though to learn Braille along with your brother so you can read to him(: I'm sure he looks up to you and he will love you for doing this thing for him. Good luck!<3

by michipie205 on 12/7/2010 9:00:51 PM

 
 

Awww! I am so sorry its very good to know that there are people in this world who are willing to learn somthing for a family member... good luck! Smile

by birds!swim!12345 on 12/7/2010 8:54:29 PM

 
 

awww
i know u'll be okay girl

by oreolover123 on 12/7/2010 5:06:12 PM

 
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