I understand what you are going thru. I went cancer free for 10 yrs. and then I was diagnosed with a new primary. It sounds like you're a young woman. I don't have a support system. I don't even have many friends at this point in my life. My husband died 24 yrs. ago and I have gone through every treatment by myself except for surgical procedures. Therapy saved my life. I had someone to guide and listen to me. Fortunately she has counseled many cancer patients and has worked on a Breast Cancer Hotline. I still see her and am on medication.of course you feel numb. It's completely natural. There's a fantastic site
Jesus Christ is not my savioor and I prefer to keeping my beliefs private. I think it's offensive to preach that you' would like everyone to be a Christian and to know God. I can't imagine that Jews or Muslims or other ethnicities would like anything more to convert to Christianity. Your statement offends me. You don't have to be Christian to,know God..
Love your posts, Susan. I read somewhere in a post (maybe yours) about the odds of being hit by a bus. My onc. Actually made that comment. Just saying. It makes me crazy and I don't like having religion crammed down my throat. In my