posted on Dec, 19 2016 @ 07:16 PM
I am sorry you have to deal with this. Its not fun. I know.
I was diagnosed with cancer in 2013. At first I was very quiet about it. But then I felt a need to tell people what was happening. I guess I thought
they could kind of tell something was amiss and I preferred them to know what it was rather than come up with their own ideas. After I told people one
person asked me, "Why did you do that?" I answered in a way that was very revealing to me. "I guess you have to be there to understand..."
I just had another CT a few days ago in this never ending battle. All I can say is - things happen. Sometimes good, sometimes not, but things happen.
Its funny, at first I got the 'don't sweat the small stuff' attitude. Then out of nowhere, all of a sudden I was attacking some of the small stuff
with a renewed vigor. 'Choose your battles' had redefined itself. I accepted that and ran with it. And that was the lesson I learned. You can resist
and fight or you can hit the ground running and go with it. Sometimes what seems like fighting isn't and what seems like going with the flow is the
best way to fight.
Don't waste time worrying about what you did or didn't do. Just be the best 'you' that you can be.