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I do feel that the mastectomy changed me in a lot of ways, but I am glad for the me I am today! Some people get very attached to the body, and body image. Losing my hair affected me more than my losing my boob. LOL It is growing back, the hair, not the boob… I’m not having a reconstruction either. I’m 51 and happy to be alive!
I’m so glad you are feeling better. Sending prayers your way.
By “story submission guidelines” do you mean the community guidelines? I can’t find anything labeled
“story submission guidelines”?
I am alive. I am NEAD. I am grateful. I am struggling with not being able to help a friend with a project. It is only a couple days a week but just too much.
Great point. I have MBC, currently NEAD. Using Herceptin only right now and very intensely blessed to be alive. Side effects suck, and yet I do what I can to Enjoy Life.
I don’t like any labels…maybe we should be called Alive! We are all humans trying to live. And life is my focus=not dying.
We all will die of something and no one knows when…
I have a desire to simplify my life to live a simple life of Joy~Peace~Happiness.
Just a few weeks ago, stellar patient advocate Marina Kaplin presented this poster at SABCSSanAntonio based on a qualitative study funded by LivingBeyondBC.
Sadly, she has just succumbed to the disease she so ardently wrote about and researched.
Marina Kaplin presented this poster based on a qualitative study funded by
@LivingBeyondBC just a few weeks ago at
Sadly, this stellar patient advocate has just succumbed to the disease she so ardently wrote about and researched.