I experience that when i was first diagnosed. My best advice I can offer is that you need to be honest with yourself and strong and be straight with all your family and husband and say just treat you normal and don't step on egg shells.
I found that when I done that everyone was relaxed around me and I felt better in myself and things started to flow naturally.
It would make you feel better don't get me wrong your still gonna have days that everything is normal and the don't have Cancer. But there's days you reminded by the phone call for an appointment to have a scan.
Try and branch out to people online here or in your commuity. You will get there but first you have to be honest with your loved ones on how you want to be treated normal as if you don't they were slowly split apart.
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