BCAM: October 26th

Do you wonder what to say to a person who is diagnosed with cancer? There are some wrong answers!!! Read Abigail’s post to learn what to say to make the person feel better not worse. 🙂

No Half Measures

Every time a person shares they have cancer, there are a variety of questions from a variety of people, family, friends and strangers alike. Some of them go along these lines … “Did you take birth control?” …. “Do you smoke?” …. “Are you overweight?” …. “How much alcohol do you drink?” … “Is there a family history?” … “Did you breastfeed?” …. “Did you get mammograms?” …. “How often did you do self-exams?” … etc.

I understand why these questions are often asked. The person asking the question is usually attempting to ensure that they don’t end up in the same position and they are trying to find the “reason” or the “culprit” for the cancer. Sometimes they want to know the answer, I suppose, but mostly it’s to put the person with cancer into a category.

The result?

The person with cancer comes to the inevitable conclusion that…

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Author: Marsha

Hi, I'm Marsha Ingrao, author, blogger and retired teacher/consultant - Promoting Hobby Blogging

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