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Living with Prostate Cancer / Wife of prostate cancer patient, blog rec
« on: December 02, 2020, 12:21:55 pm »
have been on this site for awhile because my husband went through treatment a about a year ago and is now on the road to recovery! for anyone else who is (or whose loved one is) going through treatment and looking toward the future, I found a great blogger on CH who has been living with prostate cancer for 10 years now. It's helpfulfor them to read from the perspective of someone who has a long history with the disease and is very realistic, but hopeful. https://www.cancerhealth.com/blog/decade-living-prostate-cancer

: hi, another wife who was in the same boat as you a month ago. It was so hard to see my husband isolate himself, but I was able to help him talk to me about it more by sending him literature on guys he was a fan of who struggled with prostate cancer. Lots of celebrities, athletes, talk show hosts, and authors have spoken out and reading their thoughts/supporting them can make him feel less alone. I read an article on here about Ed Randall (my husband is a fan of baseball) when i told him about the activism that others who have been diagnosed are doing it was a positive influence on his mood for sure. While none of them can change their diagnosis, there is hope to help others with early detection :) if your husband is an activist type show him this article, maybe it will inspire him to talk about it https://www.cancerhealth.com/article/swinging-fences-defeat-prostate-cancer-ed-randall

Living with Breast Cancer / Re: feeling guilty/have 3 daughters
« on: October 03, 2019, 12:09:38 pm »
I can only imagine how you are feeling, but I’m sure your girls do not (and will not) blame you for this. Just try to remember that this is not your fault! As for telling them what your diagnosis may mean for their future, it just means that you may need to be more on top of monitoring their health as they get older. Proactivity is a good thing and it is always better to catch something in the early stages, which is what you and your three girls will aim to do! Best wishes. xx

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