Being Shunned for Having Cancer

Cancer: The Upside

Good news travels fast but bad news travels at lighting speed.  When I was diagnosed with cancer, the news was shared with a small group of family and friends, trying to keep it private as I tried to wrap my mind around it all.  Silly me, before I knew it, I felt like I had gone viral on social media.  I received non-stop calls and text messages.  It was nice to know so many people cared but it was so exhausting.

Unfortunately, the good intentions of some of my friends and family turned intoanawkward situation. For me, in-person visits were keptto aminimumdue tothewonderfulside effects I would endure,including easily catching any bug someone had. Nevertheless, a group of my friends came to visit me at my house when I was feeling better. I welcomed them in, offered them something to drink and we sat down and started talking. I noticed they looked a bit…

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  One thought on “Being Shunned for Having Cancer

  1. August 3, 2022 at 3:00 pm

    What a rough time and experience. So sorry. God bless you abundantly in all things and may Jesus keep you healed and strong.

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    • August 4, 2022 at 8:38 am

      Hi Stephanie thank you so much for your continued support in reading, liking and commenting on my blog. I also truly appreciate your kind words of encouragement, empathy and blessings. May God’s keep blessing you always.😊🙏💗

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