• looking for online "friends" to chat with.

    Asked by Beaner54 on Sunday, July 8, 2012

    looking for online "friends" to chat with.

    3 Answers from the Community

    • Kanary's Avatar
      Kanary

      Hi, I would love to chat with you. I was diagnosed with stage111 uterine cancer. I did chemo and radiation both internal and external. I know you must have many questions, worries, etc. I know that I did. I will be in remission 3yrs in Nov of this year. I found that while I was going through treatment and not knowing what was next was that even though I had family that loved me they could not really understand what what going through my head. Only someone who has gone through it can truly know all the different feelings and emotions you are and will be going through for some time. I am here for you. My email is [email redacted]. I would be happy to be your sounding board and hopefully help you. Hope to hear from you soon Mary

      almost 5 years ago
    • Ivy's Avatar
      Ivy

      Hello,

      I was diagnosed with stage IIIC endometrial cancer following surgery in March. Currently I'm halfway through with chemotherapy and just finished radiation.

      I think it's hard for anyone to understand what you're going through unless they have faced it, too. My distant family is sympathetic but not much help. My husband has been terrific, but when his understanding runs out I have to give him a little talking to. (His natural belief is that a person should just be positive and tough and leave out all the other types of feelings. Believe me, that doesn't work all the time.) I'm available to chat with you anytime. My email is [email redacted]. Once we've connected by email, I'll share my phone number, too.

      Hang in there.

      almost 5 years ago
    • Kanary's Avatar
      Kanary

      Hi Ivy..I both of our emails have been reacted.. I would like to be able to chat with both you and Beaner. I also have 111C. Scary when you first hear those words huh? Did you have both internal and external radiation? I so agree that people who have not gone through this realy sometimes have a hard time understanding. Even after the treatment is over we are on an emotional roller coaster...

      almost 5 years ago

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