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How Do You Thank Your Family And Friends For Their Support?

How Do You Thank Your Family And Friends For Their Support?

posted November 23
A MyBCTeam Member

I don't because I have no family supporting me or that really show true Love unless they really want to which is rare and I have no local area friends or otherwise other than you guys. And I should say thank you to you and I wish I could show my thanks and appreciation more to you guys on this app how much I appreciate your support and love and help. I went through it alone. I was told that I am heale 100% but I see it as remission and I see a difference with this. Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving. It's another day for me. I am doing laundry, housework and work in the home office. Lasagna or possibly ham sandwich for my Thanksgiving meal. I'm use to this. No pity please.

posted November 23
A MyBCTeam Member

No need to a nice hug and a smile would be all that’s needed❤️

posted November 26
A MyBCTeam Member

@A MyBCTeam Member there were menopausal like symptoms. At 5 years, my oncologist said research shows that it should be taken for 7 years. At 7 years, I knew what was coming. "Research shows it should be taken for 10 years." After the 8th anniversary or so, they tested my blood from my diagnosis Era. I was said to be at the lowest risk of reoccurring the cancer and they took me off of the Letrozole.

posted November 23
A MyBCTeam Member

I thank my daughter all the time. If it were not for her, I would not have the strength to continue to do what I need to do to keep going. It cannot be easy for her, witnessing her mother going through what I have been through and continue to go through. She is a gift and I let her know that at every opportunity. I have a couple of lovely, longtime friends that pitch in here and there and on occasion, my son does as well. I do live alone but it's nice to know I can call one of them if need be. They may or may not be able to help at that moment, but I know I can always talk to them. I express my love to them genuinely and authentically. It makes all the difference in the world.

posted November 23
A MyBCTeam Member

Thank you so much Stacy for your HUG!
Sending HUGS right back to you too. ❤️

posted 5 days ago

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