MyFabulousBoobies.com  20+ UNCOMPLICATED Ways To Comfort Your Breast Cancer Survivor Friend

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Do you really know how to help her? Without making it all about you?

Your good friend was just diagnosed with breast cancer. Your heart just broke into a million pieces. You’re scared. Deeply scared for her and you don’t know what to do next.


Should I call? Visit? OMG! How could this happen?
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MyFabulousBoobies.com 100actsoflove Book Review: 100 Acts of Love, Kim Hamer

100 Acts of Love is the book I wish I’d written or had when I was in treatment

A while back, I received an email from someone I didn’t know asking me to review her book and possibly write a review of it. I receive requests like this daily. To be transparent, I often skim the message and delete the email. I know, it’s terrible. But I’m being honest.

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MyFabulousBoobies.com sidelines Watching from the sideline

Right now, I have two friends in the midst of very active treatment for breast cancer. Both young women. One is about halfway through chemotherapy, the other just had a mastectomy. A double mastectomy. One thing that has become painfully obvious to me is that being on the sidelines is really difficult.

Perhaps I wouldn’t feel so much trepidation if I couldn’t picture and relive each moment that they are going through.

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MyFabulousBoobies.com Make2Btonight2Bbeautiful Make tonight beautiful... [A tribute to men who love women with breast cancer]

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I’m watching “Waiting to ExhaleMyFabulousBoobies.com Make2Btonight2Bbeautiful Make tonight beautiful... [A tribute to men who love women with breast cancer]  MyFabulousBoobies.com ir?t=myfa04-20&l=as2&o=1&a=B007A0ZAE4 Make tonight beautiful... [A tribute to men who love women with breast cancer]  “… for the millionth time. I read this book YEARS ago when it came out. And I watched the movie when it came out a few years later. I remember thinking then that the story was overly dramatic.

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