got diagnosed a friend of mine pointed me to the twitter account of someone who’d
had a brush with BC a few years ago, they
told me that it hadn’t been serious and that they couldn’t believe that this
person was still ‘going on about it’.
head of late. It’s been a year since this all started. It’s been a 2 months
since my treatment finished. It’s been so long – surely I ought to be over talking,
thinking, posting about cancer by now. I’m pretty sure that’s how people around
me must feel. It’s how I want to feel sometimes.
it. And unfortunately for you, there are words swirling about in my head now as
I come to grips with carrying on life post treatment.
posts. I won’t say when they might stop. Because I just don’t know when this
will stop affecting me. And I certainly won’t stop telling people what happened
because if by posting I can encourage one more person to check their boobs, and
maybe help save a life, it’s worth annoying people online.
and Tamoxifen to tell you about!You wouldn’t want to miss that would you!