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At 34 years old and pregnant with my third child, I heard the words no woman wants to hear: "You have breast cancer." Early in my third trimester, I found a lump in my breast and brought it to the attention of my OB doctor. We decided to monitor it until after I had the baby…
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In all aspects of life, we need to have a great support system. We may need support to help lose the extra weight left over from pregnancy (even if it was 10 years ago), to exercise, or to help us through a difficult time in our lives. For me, there are a few close family and friends I know I can always count on. They are the ones that when something arises, they say, "This is what I am doing for you," without any asking on my part. Those friends and family are the support a girl needs.
I cannot begin to explain the importance of such an amazing group of people standing behind you and the roles they play in your life. But, I'm going to try my best.
First, you have your immediate family. Your family is there to love you as best they can. There is no way they would want to let you fight this alone. Being diagnosed with cancer is not only scary for you, but for those closest to you as well. We need to keep in mind their fragile state. It's not a focus, but sometimes they need some extra support themselves...