By Megan nicole
I don't agree with having to fight the cancer alone because no one is there beside you. When you turn around and seems to find no one, then I guess it's time for you to look up, close your eyes and find God in the deepest part of your heart. God is with us always. We may not see Him but know that He is there for us "always".
1 person likes this
• Cambridge, England
Yes, on your own is very hard! Look for cancer support groups in your area and join them, if possible. I found that learning to live with cancer was more beneficial than trying to fight it. Yes, it is an 'enemy' in a sense, but it is also something which can be see as a rather unwelcome guest and learning how to think of it as something which, like it or not, is with you and with which you have to build a relationship is better than trying to fight it. Your oncologist can help a great deal by talking through the various treatments and palliative measures needed with you and he/she may know of support groups.
Welcome to myLot. Enjoy the site! The first step for all newbies is to read the Guidelines to learn what is allowed or not on the site. Then you can write a post introducing yourself. Tell us a bit about yourself. Furthermore, read around as much as you can, Like and Comment on other members' posts. Only then will members come to your site and do the same. This is called interaction. Don't expect too much money-wise. If you reach $5 a month (the payout limit), you can call yourself lucky. Please add the name of your country to your account page.
Not only fighting cancer, for that matter for any ailment it becomes very difficult to fight out without anyone around you! Having a companion always makes one feel much better and gives lot of strength and confidence! Let me say everything around you turn positive and one can feel those vibes! Thanks!