"I so despised blood tests and scans. It was something you could get so focused on and waiting for results was heart wrenching! Cat scans, PET scans, CA125, white count, Uhhhhggg! Hope this site helps comfort you book girl and…"
"Hi book girl. I am sorry for your loss. Your story hits home with me. My wife battled ovarian cancer for 8 years. Hospitals, doctor visits, chemo treatments, teetering always on blood test results! We met when we…"
Thank you for reaching out. I will have to do some research and see if there are any kind of groups like that in my area. I do go to a Survivor Group in my area and it's ok. I like to journal and blog a lot and that's where I find most of my healing takes place. Funny how we all have our own way to heal. But yes, I will probably never get used to being truly alone either. I'm still waiting to wake up from my bad dream.
Again, thank you for taking time to say HI. And thank you for the help on groups. I appreciate it.
Thank you,Brucer. I try to just keep going, get up in the morning, shower, get to work, etc. I tell myself that I am strong, I will continue on with my life but I am lost. I am feeling so depressed. It's been 4 months since he died and there are still times that I can't believe he is gone.
Thank you Bruce. I am sorry for the loss of your wife. Sounds like you went through somewhat of what we experienced.
I was lucky enough to have him for 18 years from the time he was diagnosed. Our kids were young and he was able to watch them grow up and see one of them married. I think a lot of us would say "if only I had, or "if only we did". It has been really hard the last 22 months but I am finally digging my way out and this site along with another one has helped me tremendously with knowing that I am not the only one feeling like I have lost my mind!