Category: survivor’s guilt

Once you’ve survived, everybody moves on, and you’re forgotten.

Once somebody has “won” their battle with breast cancer, all of the support that may have been put in place falls away and the survivor is often left confused and isolated. That’s what happened to me. I thought I was alone, but this is… Continue Reading “Once you’ve survived, everybody moves on, and you’re forgotten.”

3 Months Later.

It’s been 3 months since I became a breast cancer survivor.  Things started to calm down a little and chemo brain lessened its hold.  I graduated to seeing my oncologist every three months instead of every two weeks.  I am seeing my specialists less… Continue Reading “3 Months Later.”