Cancer affects everyone

Cancer doesn’t care if you are young or old, or where you live. It doesn’t care what your spiritual path is. It doesn’t care if you are rich or poor. It could careless about your race, gender, sex, or your sexual preference. Cancer just has no biases. Cancer isn’t fair.

When someone has cancer, it isn’t just that person that feels the turmoils of cancer, but their friends, family and loved ones all feel the brunt of cancer just not in the same way. Family and loved ones often feel guilty, often blaming themselves for not having the cancer. Friends may have no idea what to say or do, so therefore they do nothing.

It is a hard and tiresome job fighting cancer. Take each day at a time. Just remember that cancer affects everyone. You are not alone in your fight, but you will win your fight because you are stronger than cancer.


2 thoughts on “Cancer affects everyone

  1. It most definitely does! My sweet mother was diagnosed with breast cancer 13 years ago; after surgery and treatment she was in remission for seven years. She joined our other loved ones in Heaven 5 years ago, and life hasn’t been the same since. Thank you for following my blog at Triggershorse, and thank you for Cards of Hope! – Fawn


    1. Sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. It is stories like yours that is what keep Cards of Hope going. Thanks so much for your support and thanks for the comment. Hope you have a great week.


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