Tips For Opening Up and Talking About Your Cancer

Obviously, when you have cancer and it’s diagnosed as terminal, you’re going to have to have a lot of conversations about it. I am talking to medical people about it pretty much every day and talking about it with people in my own life.

And it is hard. And weird. And confusing. And emotional. And sometimes feels normal. And sometimes feels so heavy and dark.

One of the people that I want to be the most honest and open with is my son, Zach.

But, I also want to talk about it in these videos and pass on my experience to whoever might want to watch or need this information. It could be people who are also suffering, family members of people with cancer, anyone really.

About The Author

A few months ago, I was told that my boobs are trying to kill me and being misdiagnosed for two years allowed them to recruit throughout the rest of my body by way of my spine. Before this, I knew f*ck all about cancer. Now, between sipping chemo cocktails, I want to talk about the truth of living with Stage 4 Breast Cancer with my support system and people I have met along the way to recovery.

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