Whenever one of the women fighting breast cancer and more specifically Metaplastic breast cancer has a recurrence, we grieve with her. We feel the pain because we fear what’s happened. Dealing with such a rare & aggressive cancer does that. Anyone whose battled cancer fears it return.
When we lose one or know we’re losing one, it can be so incredibly painful. Yet we rally around her, in any form we can, to let her know we’re here. It may be in the shape of messages because we’re across country or on the other side of the world, but we’re here.
Cancer is a mean, viscous, non-discriminatory beast. It doesn’t care who you are. How old you are. What it takes from you. All we can do is be there for the person and do our very best to find the positive in everyday.
I know of no positive in losing a friend through death except for them they are now at peace. No more pain. It isn’t a battle lost. It’s a battle fought valiantly but every warrior knows when it’s time to let go and find peace.
To all myPeaceful Warriors 💖💖💖
As always #FuckCancer