My sister in law,(who has 2 children, 1 just finished treatments for Leukemia ages 4 and 7) has been showing very odd behavior lately. She has been going out and staying out late (with out her husband), she texts more than a teenager ave. almost 6,000 a month, her house is a mess, she is very short with people, ALOT with her husband, and we have found out that alot of the texts that she is sending is to other men. With me being the in law, I don't want to rock the boat, but I feel she is out of control and needs to seek help. Please help give me advice on what you would do in my situation? What are your feelings on what she is doing???Answer Question
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Answer by Hyde3 at 11:34 AM on Jan. 27, 2011
This is more an issue for her husband than to have some major interventions. Being faced with a life threatening illness, a potentially dying, is a HUGE thing. It can be life altering and it also can cause some very odd behaviors just having a diagnosis. Then add in treatments and of course it can impact personality. I worked with terminally ill patients in hospice and with patients who have lived with a chronic illness that is potentially life ending in palliative care. Then depending on the progression of the disease....yes, it impacts the brain. As the disease progresses (and I hope this is not the case) it spreads to the brain. Its called Metz to the brain. On the other hand I knew a married breast cancer survivor, who had both breasts removed, and after her recovery had an affair with her coworker. The sad ironic part - she also worked in the same place as her husband.
Answer by frogdawg at 11:36 AM on Jan. 27, 2011
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