Newly Diagnosised

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Newly Diagnosised

by WyoBob on Thu Aug 16, 2018 09:33 PM

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Thank you in advance for reading my post. I was diagnosised with a small PC tumor at the head of my pancreas in March of this year. The hope was for a Whipple but due to cancer in my lungs that is no longer an option. I am going to continue on with the chemo as it shrunk my tumor and my Dr has had good success with this otion. I feel so alone, scared and helpless. I live in a small town with a cancer center at the local hospital. I'm blessed with a safe, secure home, plenty to eat, friends and family. Is there anybody else out there who has any advice for me getting to the point of appectining what is and back to living my life as long as I can?

Thanks again.

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by WonderWoman1 on Sat Aug 25, 2018 10:43 AM

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Hi, So sorry about your diagnosis! I wish you love strenght and happiness regardless of your diagnosis. I always believe of the power of the mind and heart, and make sure you take care of those equally as you are fighting this awefull disease. When my mom passed a way i found a lot of comfort in listening to alan Watts, Qi Qong energy videos, and Joe Dispenza videos on youtube. 

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by WyoBob on Sat Aug 25, 2018 04:49 PM

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Hi. Wonder Woman! I've always wanted to meet a super hero so maybe that's you. Thank you for your kind wishes, thoughts on the mind and the heart. I'm trying to take better care of both of them. Some days are certainly esier that others. I'll also check out your list of resourses. Again - Thank You.

 

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by tashalex on Tue Aug 28, 2018 02:21 PM

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On Aug 16, 2018 9:33 PM WyoBob wrote:

Thank you in advance for reading my post. I was diagnosised with a small PC tumor at the head of my pancreas in March of this year. The hope was for a Whipple but due to cancer in my lungs that is no longer an option. I am going to continue on with the chemo as it shrunk my tumor and my Dr has had good success with this otion. I feel so alone, scared and helpless. I live in a small town with a cancer center at the local hospital. I'm blessed with a safe, secure home, plenty to eat, friends and family. Is there anybody else out there who has any advice for me getting to the point of appectining what is and back to living my life as long as I can?

Thanks again.

Hi WyoBob,

You got this...you just have to stay positive eat healthy and try do everything you use to do before. i too agree that the mind plays a very important role in your recovery and well being.

My Mom was diagnosed with Colon cancer stage 4, she refused chemo, and was given 3 - 6months. she changed her eating habits, ate lots of fruits and vegatables, cut out all meat and sugars and she looked really good when she went overseas on holiday with stage 4 colon cancer that had spread to her liver and her lung.

She looked amazing...and we all even forgot how ill she really was.

She last alot of weight buy continued to eat really healthy and did all the things she loved.

Unfortunetely her diagnosis was very advanced, for this reason they didnt even operate or force Chemo.

But you have every reason to feel positive and fight hard!

I know there will be days when you will just want to be alone, or sad or withdrawn, and thats okay, allow yourself that time, as long as you get back up afterwards with more will and more faith and determination :)

Sending you all my love and light!

xxx

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