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Messages - carriemarie

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My husband was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer and he is so embarrassed to talk about it with anyone, including me. I know that this is something that many men struggle with and struggle with the stigma or associations of the diagnosis, but I just want him to understand that thsi does not make him any less of a man and he should not feel any shame or embarrassment. To any men who have experienced something similar- what can I do or say to help? To anyone with loved ones who have experienced this- what did you do to help your loved one get through this difficult time?

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