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    how to converse with persons who say "this is your fault"

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      savingrace

      Obvisouly there are some people who don't follow the old saying, "when you don't know what to say, say nothing". Surround yourself with positive, encouraging people, they are the ones who help you through tough times. When you do come in contact with the "ones who don't know any better" do a nice little chuckle and walk away.

      almost 5 years ago
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      Blepta

      Try to avoid negative people. This is good advice all the time, but is especially important now while you are going through illness and treatment. If you can't avoid the person, I find an effective comback to be: "Be very thankful that you are unable to understand what I am going through. I pray that you never have this experience."

      almost 5 years ago
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      SandiD

      Where did they get their medical degree? An inlaw gave me a book claiming people get cancer when they turn away from God. Seriously? I just threw it away & never mentioned it. I know better and so do you. Don't put up with that nonsense. Tell that person you are surrounding yourself with only positive talk to help you heal & you would appreciate their support. Otherwise you need to stay away from negative people. Who needs that? Not you. Good luck!

      almost 5 years ago