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Hello my beautiful daffodils!

Today we are going to talk about a very difficult subject for me...the effects of having had a cancer diagnosis on my mental health.

Resources I found if you need to talk to someone are mentioned below.

I have not used these myself but some of my friends have. If you have gone through cancer treatment, most clinics will offer free counseling through their mental health center.

Call a patient advocate at your clinic to ask for more details or what other help you can receive.

Don't be ashamed, this doesn't make you weak or broken.

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I hope you have a good day and stay strong and positive. 



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  • I found a great uterine cancer support group on Facebook a few years ago that was helpful. The apps you discovered sound interesting, but I don’t have a phone.
    Prayer lines have also been really helpful to me too. I have a few listed on my blog Turtle Dove Thoughts.

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  • Aww Mila…I didn’t know that you’re also a sister in cancer – and am so glad that you are not only surviving, but thriving!! And how gorgeous you are. I love your video and your vibe. You are so strong and so amazing. Thank you very much for sharing this. It really speaks to me. I understand every word – especially when it comes to the kids. That has to be the absolute worst part. And also most definitely being basically a hypochondriac when it comes to every ache and pain. I’ve become such a different person – skittish about the world. That has never been me. PTSD….? Who’d have thought it. This is genius. Thank you, thank you.

    Much love sister

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