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Sometimes I would just talk about my job and act like I wasn’t on sick leave.These dates were my escape from reality where people didn’t ask how I was feeling or speak to me like I was sick.I was diagnosed on July 28, 2016, with stage two breast cancer and found out I had to start chemotherapy immediately.I also learned that I had approximately 14 days until I would be bald from the chemotherapy, and there was nothing I could do about it.Plus, I’ve found that you can’t say, “I don’t drink” without an explanation. When men would ask me out for a drink, I found myself wondering if I wanted to use up my precious beverage experience that week on a stranger, or if I wanted to save it for friends.I learned to say, “Would you rather go for coffee, or for a walk?” I do, however, have a medicinal marijuana license, which can calm the nerves quite well.
I didn’t set any hard rules on when to tell people I was sick, it was just sort of on a need-to-know basis.
Later, he would support me by saying that he wasn’t really a boob guy and showed me photos of women with beautiful “mastectomy tattoos.” This helped calm my mind about the potential future mutilation of my body.
I was terrified of a double mastectomy, mostly of the idea of someone cutting off my nipples.
But the night before my appointment, Rob said he wanted to take “a break” until January—which is when I was scheduled to finish chemo—to figure out his “life and work.” I sarcastically said, “A break while I go through chemo, doesn’t that sound wonderful.
What a great idea Rob, I’m sure my roommate would love that too, oh and my mom, and most of all, I want a break while I go through chemo.” He said he didn’t mean it that way, but there was no recovering after that.
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