I have never stopped missing her but I have learnt to live with it: Widower

Mr Edmund Foo knew he had to address the emotions he had earlier suppressed after his wife's death or it may blow up later. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
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SINGAPORE - Mr Edmund Foo quit his banking job after his wife was diagnosed with end-stage breast cancer to devote his time to caring for her.

His wife was given just months to live and when they received the diagnosis, their two daughters were aged just five and six.

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