It is normal to be fearful when faced with cancer. It can be daunting with all the emotions.and information that you must weed through. If I could give you any advise at all it is to rely on your physicians for information and to not go online to search. Alot of info is inaccurate and alot of medical info is coming from non medical people. You are doing what alot can not do. You are talking and journaling and this is cathartic. I had a psychiatrist friend who told me that she would recommend to her patients to write down all their fears, put it in a balloon,. blow up the balloon and set it free and with it your fears will go to.
That’s great advice, Linda! I do have amazing doctors. And to be perfectly honest, I am taking their recommendations on my treatment completely.
I asked my surgeon this question: “What would you say to your wife or your daughter, if she were in my shoes?”
I am doing what he would tell his wife to do. And I feel that a burden has been lifted from me. The burden of “having to decide”. It will be. xoxo sarah
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