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Old 11-28-2013, 05:38 AM   #1
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just wanted to get anyones stories or tips for going through the stages of prostate cancer (hope that sounded right)
Unfortunatly I have just been diagnosed with it and would like to hear what I have coming up for me soon . Not just the clinical terms but words from the heart of those of us walking the same road
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Old 11-28-2013, 11:49 AM   #2
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Don't have stories or tips, really, but offer my support and best wishes.

Don't have it and wish you didn't either.

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Old 11-28-2013, 03:29 PM   #3
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Just wondering also does the 5 stages of grief apply to the person who has the disease

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Thought so clyde it helps to know .but doesn't if you know what I mean . Knowing how and why a person is going to react and still knowing an outcome will be the same only puts a linear face to it .if that makes sense

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Thought about starting a journal but when to start and what to put may just keep me focused on one thing while ignoring life going around me. Sounds good in practice but already having multiple ailments already what to concentrate on .
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To me, I would journal for sure.

I wouldn't worry about what to write so much, as I would just write and do it. If you worry about it--then you worry so much and don't write and it is hard for you to get it all out.

To me, if you just write, it would help you let everything get out of your system.
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Thanks clyde I will think about it and try . Rambling may just be the thing. Your imput to me is much appreciated

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