He is out of your life and does not seem to want to go through this trying time dealing with his mother with you at his side.
Can you accept that? That seems to be at the crux of your anxiety and sadness.
Get information about grandmother from other relatives or the hospital. Help your son at this time, too. Try to accept that whatever happens, you will have to handle yourself and get comfort from others - not from your ex.
Holding her hand and letting her know she’s not alone may help your Mother-in-law have so. some peace.
You are also struggling with losing someone you care about and you know, only your X-husband would understand your heartache.
Except, the very person who would understand your pain is off limits. I can’t even imagine!
Do you have a mother or other family members you can contact? Sometimes, it’s harder for young people to relate. Does your son have a close relationship with his Grandmother?
If your divorce was something you really didn’t want, your Mother-in-law was there to help you during that time.
I don’t know if you are a person of faith? But I pray God sends you family and friends who will help carry you through this trial in His tender loving care.
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