• I am not a blogger. I just wanted to view others' stories and compare to my own. I just don't like writing.

    Asked by borgqueenie on Sunday, January 20, 2013

    I am not a blogger. I just wanted to view others' stories and compare to my own. I just don't like writing.

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    • karen1956's Avatar

      I'm not a blogger either....here's the basics!!! Diagnosed on 02/03/2006, 3 months before my 50th birthday...bilat with axillary dissection, chemo, rads, ooph and AI's (gave up after 3 1/2 years).....worked full-time during Tx....job became toxic (box out to get me and said I was incompetent)....now work 3 days/week and love having time for me!!!! My kids were 7, 16 and 19 when I was diagnosed....I've seen my oldest DD graduate college and get married, my son finish high school and attend college and work and travel and my youngest daughter finish elementary school, become a bat mitzvah, finish middle school and is now a freshman in high school.....I'm almost 7 years older and so far so good...there's been many ups and downs....lots to deal with and NO, I'm not the same person I was before Dx....am I a better person....no I don't think so, just different....do I miss the "old" me....yes.....but it is what it is......I will mark 7 years in 2 weeks and I look forward to hitting double digit years as a survivor....oh yeah...I was diagnosed with stage 3 ILC.......please let me know what other info that I can share with you...glad you found us and good luck as you go through this journey....

      over 4 years ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar

      You certainly don't have to be queenie, shoot, I can barely speak much less write well. This is a place where you say what you want to, ask what you need to, and don't worry about if your I is before the E, after all that's not that important right now, is it?

      You can go to the people tab at the top of the page, and click on the breast cancer tab on the left of that page and get thousands of people that have fought breast cancer.

      If you need help with anything around the site, please let me know.

      over 4 years ago
    • TinaJacques' Avatar

      well, I fought NHL not breast cancer, but I blogged about my experience at www.larrythelymphoma.com if you are interested in checking it out. I also did a guest post for whatnext a few days ago :)

      over 4 years ago
    • JennyMiller's Avatar

      I understand and want to welcome you to our site. The written word has always been a form of release for me - However, more recently I am just not interested in sending out all those "updates" and "newsletters" to family and friends. To be honest, I fear that I may have overloaded them during those dark times -- and I may have reached a point where I do not need that form of release. Anyway -- previousIy I posted details (and I mean details!) of my journey on my wall. There are plenty of stories for you to view and compare. If I can offer any further info, please ask. I wish you the best.

      over 4 years ago
    • CountryGirl's Avatar

      I've written my story. The humor, the crazy(not just my own but that of my family and friends also), the agony--it's all in capsulized in 60,000 words. We are the same stage, similar age. Email me, and I'll send you a copy. You'd be doing me a favor as well, I'd love to have your opinion as, eventually, I'd like to have it published.

      over 4 years ago
    • Nancebeth's Avatar

      I blog at nancebeth.blogspot.com and I guest blogged on here a while back as well.

      over 4 years ago
    • borgqueenie's Avatar

      I would like to thank all of you "answerers". At first I kind of felt alone, at least in my family (see my OH NO). I am greatful for all of you in this community.

      over 4 years ago

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