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Thanks for the encouraging words. I'm a little ashamed of how I've become such a crybaby behind this news. I am so blessed,four fine children a wonderfully suportive husband and most of all ....my Lord and Saviour. My fear of being sick is not a good thing for my family. I must pull myself together and find a way to tell them. How we are going to afford treatment,I don't know.I lost my job two years ago and my insurance.Pray for me.....please.
Hey, no such thing as a 'cry baby'. This is your life you are talking about. Feelings are neither right nor wrong...they just are. Yes, you do have many blessings and now you have a challenge. Those blessings will help you meet this challenge. People will step up in ways you may not have imagined.
http://www.cancercare.org/get_help/ This is a website you may want to check out. My brother just contacted them. He lost his job last fall/winter. He has lung cancer and is now having chemo. $$ is a real problem. He was able to get some financial assistance with the help of this group.
Telling your family is not easy. I was 'fortunate' in that the surgeon told all 3 of us at once of my surprise ovarian cancer. What you might say is that whatever is happening you will handle it as it comes. Not to project into the future too far, but to deal with each day as it comes. Easy? No. but do-able.