• Music!!

    Asked by sheryl1986 on Sunday, March 10, 2013


    I listened to everything!!!! The first day that I walked into radiation and the techs had a CD player I was soooo happy...music is my therapy! Classical, country Rock and Roll, Jimmy Buffett, what every hit my mood when i woke up in the morning. It's important to find something that works for you...one day the techs played...KC and the Sunshine Band...i was told NOT to boogie on the table!!! HA, hard to do!!!!

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    • Tracy's Avatar

      When I was going through treatment in the mid 70's the song being played all the time was "I just want to Celebrate (another day of living)" - it meant so much to me. I still smile when I hear it.

      over 5 years ago
    • Ydnar2xer's Avatar

      It's terrific that you've found something that helps you get through all of this **** connected with cancer. My thing was wearing goofy wigs (Mullets, ie) to treatment and making people laugh...or at least, smile. Whatever it takes, keep it going...and going...and going! :-)

      over 5 years ago
    • Lirasgirl33's Avatar

      Same here Sheryl. :) I love music and it has helped me so much during not just treatment but my whole life. Music has the power to change your mood. Instantly! I make sure to listen to music that makes me wanna boogie too! Hahaha! :D

      over 5 years ago
    • Mel's Avatar

      Get down tonight! get down tonight!.. lol..
      I also Love! music and can say I listen to everything also just depends on what I'm feeling that day. But I am constently having something on car, home, etc. When I had my MRI breast biopsy I was so thrilled they had music in there and they were like what do you want to listen to... Yes!!. :)

      over 5 years ago

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