Whilst I understand that my wife is severally ill I asked the oncologist to look into some other form of treatments which she may qualify for as at present the cancer is at ocalised it has not spread anywhere and did ask the doctor his prognosis and what were they waiting for and what is going to happen next that may ultimately lead to my wifes demise or should you not consider at leas some alternatives, I know she will qualify for immunotheraphy if she improves.I have said I expect symptom control as she has an infection and I expect a review of and not closing any options if she does improve.“She'll respect that." But if you’re still not sure her conversations are innocent? Here are some real reasons to be concerned: She goes out of her way to focus on other men in attendance at a party.She isolates herself from you in social situations, so much so that it’s barely evident you are dating.When her cancer is still localised, have you asked her consultant why they cannot do any more for her?I am sure that, even if there is no further treatment for her cancer, her care team will endeavour to keep her as comfortable as possible and, will continue to take care of others symptoms, such as her current infection.She gives smart, super-honest advice about your biggest dating and relationship conundrums.Its nearly 12 months ago I came to this forum to discuss the early diagnosing of my wife who had head and neck cancer, at the time they were due to carry out what is classed as radical surgery.
The news was not what I wanted to hear and whilst I take on board what the team were suggesting, I wasnot prepared to accept that is there is little or nothing they can do.Either your girlfriend is giving you good cause to be concerned—or you’re letting your insecurities get the best of you. The first step, then, is to pinpoint exactly what is getting you worked up. If you’re not sure how to tell, there are some behaviors that signal it’s merely innocent conversation: She’s polite to other men when she talks to them, but not over-the-top gushy.She frequently involves you in those conversations. “Maybe she's a talkative person and likes conversing with people and listening to other's opinions on subjects,” says Boston-based dating coach Neely Steinberg, founder of The Love TREP.gradually subside as you travel deeper into a stable relationship and build a solid foundation of trust with your partner.Since you’re still feeling pretty protective, even though you’ve already entered the “committed” stage, we have two possibilities here.